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Bella Abzug, 1920 - 1998

Abzug, Bella. "Abortion: The Right to Choose." Dimensions. March 1972. 6.

——. Abzug at a conference for the National Organization of Women. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug at a National Women's Political Caucus Convention. Rec. 17 July 1984. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug giving a speech in San Francisco during the Regan years. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug speaking at Columbia University about Women in Politics. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug speaking at Cooper Union just before a presidential election. Rec. 1972. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug speaking at the March for Women's Lives in Washington, D.C. Rec. 9 March 1986. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Abzug speaking to students at Kingsborough Community College. Rec. 1985. Audiotape. Bella Abzug papers, Columbia Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia U, New York.

——. Bella! : Ms. Abzug Goes to Washington. Mel Ziegler, ed. New York : Saturday Review Press, 1972.

——. "Bella on Bella." Moment. Vol. 1.7 (1976):26-9.

——. "Breast Cancer and Genetic Testing," Jewish Women Coalition on Breast Cancer, 25 September 1997, Emanuel Synagogue, West Hartford, Connecticut.

——. "Contract with Women of the USA." Womansword, May 1996: <www.feminist.com/resources/artspeech/poli/bel.htm> (Full text of contract at www.centerwomenpolicy.org/programs/contract/)

——. "Did You See A Revolution Go By? Part 3: An Interview with Bella Abzug." Nickel Review, no issue number or date: 15-7, clipping in Bella Abzug Papers Columbia University.

——. "The Equal Rights Amendment Statement of Congresswoman Abzug." 6 Oct. 1971. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

——. "Final Words." World Conference on Breast Cancer. Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 13 July 1997 <http://www.pacifica.org/programs/breast>

——. Gender Gap: Bella Abzug's Guide to Political Power for American Women. With Mim Kelber. Boston : Houghton Mifflin 1984.

——. "How to Carry Out Effective Nonpartisan Pressure and Influence Political Decisions." Ts. Women Strike for Peace Papers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

——. "Hurricane Bella Heads for Washington." Interview with Memo, nd. Women Strike for Peace Papers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

——. "I'll Take Manhattan." Rolling Stone 6 October 1977: 54-7.

——. "In Our Time." Ts. Women Strike for Peace Papers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

——. "Interview with Earth Negotiations Bulletin." 7 September 1995. <http://www.iisd.ca/linkages/4wcw/bella.html>

——, "Keynote Address at American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession, Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award, Chicago, Illinois, 6 August 1995.

——. "Memo III: Meet the President." Ts. Women Strike for Peace Papers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

——. "Martin, What Should I Do Now?" Ms.; July-Aug. 1990: 94-6.

——. Opening Ceremony Remarks at the World Conference on Breast Cancer, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, July 13, 1997.

——. Opening Plenary Remarks at the World Conference on Breast Cancer, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, July 13, 1997.

——. "Plenary Speech." Fourth World Conference On Women. Beijing, China . 12 Sept. 1995 <http://gos.sbc.edu/a/abzug.html>

——. "Proposed Text to be Printed in Colloquy Highlights -- Women's Empowerment: the United Nation's Role, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia Education Fund," in Abzug file at WEDO. 6 May 1995.

——. Remarks at Forty-Second Session of UN Commission on Status of Women. 16 March 1998 <www.wedo.org>

——. Remarks at International Public Hearing at World Conference on Breast Cancer. Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 17 July 1997.

——. "Remarks Introducing Resolution for Investigation of FBI." House of Representatives, 7 April 1971. FBI folder, Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

——. Remarks at National Women's Political Caucus, Nashville, Tennessee, 5 August 1995.

——. Remarks at The Nation Forum on the 60's, 1 May 1997.

——. Remarks at Public Hearing on Women Health and the Environment. San Francisco, California, 11 August 1995.

——. Remarks at World Summit on Social Development Copenhagen, March 8, 1995.

——. "A Report on the 41st Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women." Womansword 2.4: <http://www.feminist.com/resources/artspeech/wword/ww11.htm>.

——. "A Summary of Progress Since the 1994 UN Conference on Women." Rio+5 Forum. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 13 March 1997: <www.ecouncil.ac.cr/realmedia2/abzug2.htm>.

——. Transcript of Oral History Recording for "Women of Achievement" Series, William E. Wiener Oral History Library of the American Jewish Committee, housed at the New York Public Library, New York. 20 May 1983.

——. Undated, Untitled Article for the Latin American Alliance <http://www.latinsynergy.org/unifem2.htm>.

——. "Woman Energy." True to Ourselves: A Celebration of Women Making a Difference. Ed. Nancy M. Neuman. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1998. 45-57.

——. "Women in Elective Office." Feminism in Our Time: The Essential Writings, World War II to the Present. New York : Vintage Books, 1994. 393-398.

——. "Womanpower! A New American Doctrine." Redbook February 1976: 34-5.

Abzug, Liz and Eve Abzug. Speeches. "Celebrating Bella," Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, New York, 13 March 1999.

Abzug, Liz. "Speech to National Women's Political Caucus." San Francisco, California, 2 July 1999.

Antler, Joyce. The Journey Home: Jewish Women and the American Century. New York: The Free Press, 1997.

Albert, Carl. Letter to Bella Abzug. 5 October 1972. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

"A Battalion of Bellas." New Yorker 4 September 1995 <www.wedo.org>.

Beck, Carl. Contempt of Congress: a Study of the Prosecutions Initiated by the Committee on Un-American Activities, 1945-1957. New Orleans : Hauser Press, 1959.

"Bella Abzug." U\XL, Biographies. U\XL, 1996. <www.galegroup.com/library/resrcs/womenhst/abzugb.htm>.

"Bella Abzug." Personal Bio from Administrative Files. Nd. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Bella Express September 1977, campaign newsletter in Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

"Bella on the Issues." 1977 Mayorial Campaign Material. Nd. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

"Bella Wins." Memo, nd. Women Strike for PeacePapers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

"Biography: Bella S. Abzug, Member of Congress, New York,19th C.D." Personal Bio from Administrative Files. Nd. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Bracker, Milton. "4 More Witnesses Defy House Group onLinks to Reds." New York Times 17 Aug 1955: 1+.

Broner, E.M. The Telling. New York: HarperCollins,1993.

Brown, Sarah Hart. Standing Against Dragons: ThreeSouthern Lawyers in an Era of Fear. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 1998.

Burstein, Patricia. "The Full-Throttle, High Decibel Life of Bella Abzug." People 1975: 8-10.

Cockburn, Alexander and James Ridgeway. "Abzug For Mayor." Village Voice 6 Sept. 1977.

"Congresswoman Bella S. Abzug." Personal Bio from Administrative Files. Sept. 1976. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

"Congresswoman Bella Abzug's Record: Support of Israel and the Rights of Soviet Jewry." Position Paper. 2 August 1976. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Cook, Blanche Weisen. "Bella Abzug." Jewish Women In America. Vol. 1. Eds. Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore. New York : Routledge, 1997. 6-10.

Dobnik, Verena. "Bella Abzug Remembered." Associated Press. 3 April 1998 <http://abcnews.go.com/sections/us/DailyNews/abzug0331.html>.

Farber, Doris. Bella Abzug. New York : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1976.

Goodman, Ellen. "They Don't Make 'em Like Bella Anymore." Boston Globe. <http://members.aol.com/kayko531/bella.htm>.

Goodman, Walter. The Committee: the Extraordinary Career of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1968.

If Women Had a Foreign Policy: 6 Strategists Answer a Very New Question." Ms. March 1985: 45-9

Jeffreys-Jones, Rhodri. Changing Differences: Women and the Shaping of American Foreign Policy, 1917-1994. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 1995.

Kelber, Mim. "The Case for Bella: Let the Voters Decide." Village Voice 6 April 1972. No page number, clipping in Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Klein, Joe. "Every Little Breeze Seems to Whisper Bella." 20 October 1970. 6. No newspaper name, clipping in Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Lederer, Edith. "Bell's Legacy: Bella Abzug Left Global Vision of Women's Equality" Associated Press <www.wedo.org>

Levine, Suzanne and Harriet Lyons, eds. The Decade of Women: A Ms. History of the Seventies In Words and Pictures. New York: Putnam, 1980.

MacPherson, Myra. "Bella Abzug, Champion of Women." Washington Post 2 April 1998: B1.

"Major Legislative Accomplishments 1971-1976." Abzug Scrapbook. Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Mitford, Jessica. A Fine Old Conflict. New York: Knopf, 1977.

National Organization for Women. "Chronology Of The Equal Rights Amendment 1923-1996." <www.now.org/issues/economic/cea/history.html#1975>.

Nies, Judith. "The Abzug Campaign." Ms. Feb. 1973: 76-9+.

"Now Women Talk Back." Life 9 June 1972: 46-50.

Olert, Chris. "Former Congresswoman Bella Abzug Dead at 77." Associated Press 31 March 1998 <www.nando.net/newsroom/ntn/top/033198/topstory_28176_noframes.html>.

Papers of the Civil Rights Congress: microfilm collection part 1, reels 10-11, Willie McGee clippings and fact sheets.

Pomerantz, Charlotte, ed. A Quarter-Century of Un-Americana, 1938-1963. New York: Marzani &amp; Munsell, 1963.

Popham, John N. "Mississippi Arrests 41 at Capitol as Willie McGee Plea is Studied," New York Times 6 May 1951: 1+.

Popham, John N. "McGee Dies in Mississippi Chair; Final Plea to Justice Vinson Vain." New York Times 8 May 1951: 1+.

Raymond, Harry. Save Willie McGee. New York : New Century Publishers, 1951.

"She Wages a Zany Fight for a Seat in Congress." The National Observer. 19 October 1970. No page number, clipping in Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Special Memorial Issue: Bella Abzug. Spec. issue of WEDO News and Views vol. 11, no 2 June 1998.

"Special Order Tributes to Bella Abzug." Congressional Record. 94th Congress, Second Session, Vol. 122, 30 Sept. 1976, no. 150, part III. 34267 -- 72.

Steinem, Gloria. "Bella Abzug." Ms. Jan.-Feb. 1996: 63-4.

Steinem, Gloria. Speech. "Celebrating Bella," Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, New York, 13 March 1999.

Swerdlow, Amy. "Ladies' Day at the Capitol: Women Strike for Peace Versus HUAC." Unequal Sisters: A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Women's History. Eds. Vicki L. Ruiz and Ellen Carol DuBois. New York: Routledge, 1994. 479-96.

Swerdlow, Amy. "'State of the Congress' Message by our Woman in Washington or Bella Gives 'Em Hell." Memo, nd. Women Strike for Peace Papers, Peace Collection, Swarthmore College.

Swerdlow, Amy. Women Strike for Peace : Traditional Motherhood and Radical Politics in the 1960s. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.

Taylor, Ethel Barol. We Made a Difference: My Personal Journey with Women Strike for Peace. Philadelphia, PA: Camino Books, 1998.

The Last Decade. Produced by Prudence Hill for the Women's Environment and Development Organization.

"There Are Only 12 of Us in Congress." Interview. Asbury Park Sunday Press 5 March 1972. No page number, clipping in Bella Abzug Papers, Columbia University.

Trussell, C.P. "27 Entertainers Face Red Inquiry." New York Times 11 Aug 1955: 1+.

"Twenty Years Later Activists Relive Spirit of Houston." WEDO News and Views vol. 11, no 2 January 1998. 5-6.

United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. American Women on the Move! Washington: National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1977.

United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. The Spirit of Houston: The First National Women's Conference: An Official Report to the President, the Congress and the People of the United States. Washington: National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1978.

United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. "... to form a more perfect union ...": Justice for American Women : Report of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. Washington : Dept. of State, 1976.

Van Gelder, Lindsy. "Four Days That Changed the World," Ms. March 1978. 52-56+.

Weinberg, Nancy and Pauline Jennings. "Bella S. Abzug: Democratic Representative from New York." Citizens Look at Congress. Washington, D.C. : Grossman Publishers, 1972.

"Women, Globalization and Beijing." Democracy NOW! Pacifica Radio. 2 March 1998 <>

Woman alive!, Introduction. WNET/13 New York, 1975.

For Other Articles consulted on McGee Case, see: Daily Worker: 21 July 1950; 27 July 1950; 6 May 1951. New York Times: 20 July 1950: 27; 23 July 1950: 60; 25 July 1950: 23; 26 July 1950: 50; 27 July 1950: 48; 16 Jan; 1951: 33; 18 Jan; 1951: 10; 9 Mar; 1951: 22; 14 Mar; 1951: 68; 16 Mar; 1951: 23 21 Mar; 1951: 19; 27 Mar; 1951: 20; 30 Mar; 1951: 15; 10 Apr; 1951: 25; 14 Apr; 1951: 14; 26 Apr; 1951: 20; 13 May, 1951: IV:2.

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