Critically examines the condition of women in the workplace from the premise that the equal rights orientation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has done little to promote the welfare of women workers in female-dominated occupations, most of whom are mothers. Alternative strategies are investigated, eg, comparable worth & labor union bargaining, followed by discussion of higher wages & changes in the structure of the workplace, eg, part-time work & "mommy tracks.". AA

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