qThe Bellwomen recounts the history of this case in a novelistic style, illuminating the motivations, strengths, and weaknesses of all the players, from ATaT corporate leaders, to the lawyers of the EEOC, to the female activists fighting for what they believed. Stockford also profiles three beneficiaries of the case, presenting their ambitions and achievements.q--BOOK JACKET.and develop a challenge for it, and then the parties go back into the hearings room with the plaintiffa#39;s lawyer now ... In this case, the EEOC, as plaintiff, would go first, and by early September 1971, the task force members had what they needed to put their case statement together. ... Fortunately a Federal Judicial Center publication called the Manual for Complex Litigation ( 1969) addressed this challenge.
|Author||:||Marjorie A. Stockford|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 2004|