"The Chief Justice Wore a Red Dress"

Title"The Chief Justice Wore a Red Dress"
Year for Search1974
AuthorsSassower, Doris L[ipson](b. 1932)
Secondary AuthorsTripp, Maggie
Secondary TitleWoman In the Year 2000
Pagination141-51
Date Published1974
PublisherArbor House
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia of gender equality with a focus on the legal profession presented partially fictionally and partially in an historical essay. In the eutopia, the Equal Rights Amendment had passed. A Parental Responsibility Act limited the hours of work of parents with pre-school-age children to twenty-five hours a week, and there was free federally-funded day care for twenty-five hours per week. 

Holding Institutions

DLC, PSt

Author Note

The female author (b. 1932), a crusading lawyer, was the President of the Center for Judicial Accountability.

Full Text

1974 Sassower, Doris L[ipson] (b. 1932). “The Chief Justice Wore a Red Dress.” Woman In the Year 2000. Ed. Maggie Tripp (New York: Arbor House, 1974), 141-51 with a bibliography on 151. DLC, PSt

Eutopia of gender equality with a focus on the legal profession presented partially fictionally and partially in an historical essay. In the eutopia, the Equal Rights Amendment had passed. A Parental Responsibility Act limited the hours of work of parents with pre-school-age children to twenty-five hours a week, and there was free federally-funded day care for twenty-five hours per week. The female author, a crusading lawyer, was the co-founder and President of the Center for Judicial Accountability.