Interviewer: [00:00:00] Now, you say that your daughter is kind of, er, standing up for herself. How do you feel about the Women’s Liberation movement
Interviewer: [00:00:00] Did many of the Communist men give as much help to their wives? Mrs. C: [00:00:05] Did they hell as like! I had
Interviewer: [00:00:00] Did you find that, er, once women had children, it was a problem, them getting out to meetings? Mrs. F: [00:00:08] Oh it
Interviewer: [00:00:00] The women’s liberation movement that sprang up in the 60s. How do you feel about that? Mrs. Frayman: [00:00:10] I feel very interested
Interviewer: [00:00:00] Was this your first experience, really, of women exploring women’s roles, you know, kind of women…? Mrs. F: [00:00:09] I think it was.
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