Women's Rights and the Constitution

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A constitutional amendment giving equal rights to women was almost ratified 25 years. Is it time for a revival? With Nancy Pelosi as the first female House Speaker, the Equal Rights Amendment is back under another name. Has its time come 'round at last or would women lose as much as they gained? Also, the TSA tightens up security over the holiday weekend and, on Reporter's Notebook, after four years of war in Iraq, the President still has not called for national sacrifice. We talk about public service as an American tradition.


Note: This archived edition To the Point will be pre-empted by special holiday programming.

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Karen Radziner, Katie Cooper