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Le Quotidien des Femmes. No. 1 (23 November - - 1974. 
A complete run in 10 issues of the irregularly-published French feminist journal, under the editorial direction of Antoinette Fouque, each issue written for or by a specific group of women, including: women fighting for liberation in Spain, France, and the Basque Country; women fighting against violence and aggression in Vietnam, Cyprus, Spain, and France; prostitutes; and female prisoners and colonized women; containing articles on politics, war, culture, and the daily fight for women's rights and liberation around the world. Illustrated throughout from photographs. Tabloid. Orig. printed self-wrpps. Paris 1974-1976. Le Quotidien des Femmes was launched by Les Ãditions des Femmes out of the MLF (Mouvement de LibÃ©ration des Femmes) in France, and took over for the newspaper Le Torchon Burns, which was launched in 1971 by MLF activists but ceased publication in 1973. In December 1977, Les Ãditions des Femmes launched a new title, Des Femmes en Mouvements. As of July 2016, WorldCat locates six holdings of this title in North America.
[Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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