A 'ready-made' search of our catalogue identifies some of the sources at the Modern Records Centre on second-wave feminism and women's liberation movements during the 1970s and 1980s, including newsletters, journals / 'zines, pamphlets and leaflets.
Short article in 'Campus' (student newspaper predecessor to 'The Boar'). It summarises the ideas of the women's liberation movement and advertises a talk on campus by Shelia Rowbotham. 'Campus' contains more articles and comment on the women's liberation movement including a longer follow-up article from 1969 - 'Path to freedom' - all issues have been digitised and can be searched for keywords.
'Getting the vote doesn't cross the moat', 1972
Two part article on the women's liberation movement (including comment on its origins) by Veronica Beechey, published in the University of Warwick student newspaper 'The Warwick Boar'. Part 1 and part 2 are both available online.
Article in 'Enough', journal of the Bristol Women's Liberation Movement. It provides a summary of the development of the movement in Britain between 1970-1972.
Socialist Workers' Party pamphlet by Anna Paczuska.
Illustration to article on the Women's Liberation Movement in 'Campus', November 1969.