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Greatest Films of the s Abe Lincoln in Illinois , minutes, D: John Cromwell A screen adaptation from Robert E. Sherwood's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, yet slightly inferior to the previous year's Young Mr. Lincoln starring Henry Ford. An historically accurate and realistic portrayal of Abraham Lincoln's Raymond Massey, reprising his Broadway stage impersonation and future signature role life as small-town resident, suitor, lawyer, legislator, and as the 16th President and Great Emancipator beginning in The film opened with Lincoln's poor childhood in the backwoods of Illinois, through his early career as a clerk in a shop in New Salem, Illinois, his ill-fated love for Ann Rutledge Mary Howard who was already engaged and then died tragically in , his reluctant decision to run for political office for the first time as a Whig Party state assemblyman and serve a single term , his short stint as a self-educated lawyer in Springfield, Illinois, his on-again, off-again relationship with ambitious Mary Todd Ruth Gordon in her debut film role and their eventual marriage in , his election to a single two-year term in Congress , his memorable debates the highlight of the film as a Republican candidate against political rival Senator Stephen Douglas Gene Lockhart who defeated Lincoln and won the Senate seat in , and Lincoln's election to the Presidency.

Anatole Litvak An elaborate, overly-long melodramatic,19th century period production from Warner Bros. His sultry and cold wife Duchesse de Praslin Barbara O'Neil was insanely jealous and resentful of the kindly and loving Henriette and the affair that was occurring, although she was uncaring about her own four children. Henriette was fired from her governess position, due to the Duchesse's vindictive nature, and denied a letter of recommendation, leaving Henriette unemployed.

The debonair Duke and his governess became prime suspects after the Duchesse was murdered by the enraged Duc - and Henriette was considered his accomplice. To save her and the French government because of his associations with the French king Louis-Philippe from further embarrassment, the Duke suicidally took poison and assumed full responsibility for the crime.

Henriette was released from prison without evidence to hold her, and she emigrated for refuge to the US where she told her story in flashback as a French teacher in NY's Miss Haines School. The Bank Dick , 73 minutes, D: Eddie Cline A great classic W.

Fields comedy, with wonderful sight gags and one-liners. Fields in his last major film role credited himself as screenwriter Mahatma Kane Jeeves similar to "My hat, my cane, Jeeves! Fields pronounced "Soo-zay" - inadvertently foiled a bank robbery in town, and was rewarded for his accidental heroism with an in-bank position as a guard or "dick"-detective by grateful bank president Mr.

Egbert's most frequent visits were to the Black Pussy Cat Cafe for stiff drinks. Egbert was conned by J. And then he had to avoid having auditing bank examiner J. Pinkerton Snoopington Franklin Pangborn discover his crime by slipping him a drink. Hilarious, bumbling antics ensue, concluding with another bank robbery and a classic car chase sequence, with Egbert taken as hostage.

Dance, Girl, Dance , 90 minutes, D: Dorothy Arzner An early feminist-minded film, and a critical and commercial box-office failure, from pioneering butch-lesbian Dorothy Arzner and regarded as her best - one of the few female Hollywood directors at the time, and featuring one of Lucille Ball's better film roles.

Not to be confused with the film of the same name. This backstage musical was taglined: With a cruel and cutthroat gesture, Bubbles hired the desperate Judy to dance ballet immediately after her own act, knowledgeable that "stooge" Judy would be greeted with hostile jeers, boos, and laughter from the voyeuristic dirty-old-man audience, and would - of course - demand an encore by Bubbles who only stripped to a hula skirt and bra!

Besides an on-stage catfight, the film's most remarkable sequence was Judy's celebrated lecture-speech delivered at the climax to the males of a jeering burlesque audience who were mocking her classical dance act.

Fantasia , minutes, D: Ben Sharpsteen and Disney An innovative and revolutionary animated classic from Walt Disney his third feature animation , combining classical music masterpieces with imaginative visuals, presented with conductor Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra.

It was the first commercial American film to use stereophonic sound as well as the first and only film recorded in pioneering Fantasound. They included the most famous of all: Paul Dukas' "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" with Mickey Mouse in a comeback role as the title character - the wizard's disobedient assistant battling brooms carrying endless buckets of water.

Also Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D Minor," Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite" with sugar plum fairies and dancing mushrooms, prehistoric dinosaurs and volcanoes in Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring," Beethoven's "Pastoral Symphony" with mythical Greek centaurs, cupids, and fauns, Ponchielli's delightful "Dance of the Hours" with dancing hippo ballerinas, crocodiles, ostriches, and elephants, and Mussorgsky's darkly apocalyptic "Night on Bald Mountain" with evil creatures.

Foreign Correspondent , minutes, D: Alfred Hitchcock A thrilling and suspenseful espionage masterpiece from Alfred Hitchcock, his second American film. He met peace activist Stephen Fisher Herbert Marshall , fell for his attractive daughter Carol Laraine Day , accidentally became involved chasing spies, and began to suspect that Fisher was part of a Nazi spy ring masquerading as an international peace organization.

Memorable scenes included the faked Amsterdam assassination scene of Dutch diplomat Van Meer Albert Bassermann in a crowded sea of umbrellas, the mysterious Dutch windmills Nazi hideouts , a murder attempt in Westminster Cathedral Tower, and a spectacular trans-Atlantic ocean plane crash.

The Grapes of Wrath , minutes, D: John Ford A powerful, classic socio-dramatic masterpiece, adapted from John Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, reputedly with Henry Fonda's greatest film role. It was the epic, but heartbreaking story of the perilous, Depression-Era migration of a drought-stricken, Oklahoma Dust Bowl family to the promised land of California, seeking migrant farm work during the fruit harvest.

Cinematography by Gregg Toland duplicated images immortalized by documentary photographer Dorothea Lange.

When they reached California, they were met with violence, prejudice, and fear, moving from one squalid campsite to the next, and being mistreated as migrant laborers. With magnificent performances of the family members who were poor but honest people struggling for dignity and a better way of life, especially the idealistic son Tom Joad Henry Fonda and his loving matriarchal Ma Joad Jane Darwell with her famed "We're the people" monologue.

The Great Dictator , minutes, D: Charles Chaplin Charles Chaplin's first full talking feature film in which he delivered spoken lines - a full 13 years after the advent of sound in the movies. The film was a slapstick political satire on world conditions and fascism at the start of World War II, and it was soon detested by Hitler's Third Reich. Chaplin played a dual role: The criss-crossing stories of the barber and the dictator eventually ended in a case of mistaken identities.

The barber won the admiration of pretty neighbor girl Hannah Chaplin's ex-wife Paulette Goddard. With the funny pudding-coin scene, the memorable scene of Hynkel dancing "pas de deux" with an inflated world globe balloon to the tune of the Overture of Richard Wagner's Lohengrin , and a comedic cream-cake fight between Hynkel and Napaloni and their competition in adjoining, ascending barber chairs.

The film concluded with a lengthy and impassioned humanistic monologue by the barber impersonating Hynkel about hope and human rights, and the end of tyranny. The Great McGinty , 81 minutes, D: Preston Sturges The classic film aka The Biography of a Bumb that debuted the talents of screwball comedy director and screenwriter Preston Sturges with an Oscar-winning original script.

A witty, satirical, and cynical look at corrupt American politics and society, told with a stock cast of comical characters. In flashback, a banana republic bartender, Dan McGinty Brian Donlevy told the story of his rise from obscurity to the state governor's mansion as the result of a crooked election and lots of dirty tricks. Starting out as a dumb and homeless hobo in Chicago, he was admired by the Boss Akim Tamiroff , head of the political machine, for his feisty nature and for stuffing the ballot box with phony votes.

By playing the game crookedly, he was appointed collector of protection money, alderman, and through charm and more appointments, became mayor and eventually governor the Great McGinty. Along the way, when he cleaned up his act and became honest - there were reverse consequences. He married his divorcee secretary Catherine Muriel Angelus - and then fell in love with her and her ready-made family of two children, developed a social conscience, and lost it all.

He suffered a political demise when he tried to go straight, fight corruption and promote real reform as governor - opposed by the Boss - and had to flee the country. His Girl Friday , 91 minutes, D: Howard Hawks One of the earliest and best of Howard Hawks' madcap comedies with fast pacing, whirlwind, rapid-fire dialogue, and sped-up action.

A funny and witty remake of the Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur stage play hit The Front Page and the subsequent The Front Page , but switching gender roles so that the reporter was played by a woman. Newspaper reporter Hildy Johnson Rosalind Russell wanted to leave the paper, find a more domestic and less frantic life style, and marry a mild-mannered, stuffy mama's boy insurance agent Bruce Baldwin Ralph Bellamy.

But her suave, scheming newspaper editor Walter Burns Cary Grant , her ex-husband, wanted to keep his star reporter. Kitty Foyle , minutes, D: Sam Wood RKO's acclaimed romantic melodrama a classic "chick flick" , subtitled "The Natural History of a Woman," featured dancer Ginger Rogers in her first serious acting role in one of the best "women's pictures" of the 40s.

Adapted from a screenplay, based on Christopher Morley's popular novel which contained more racy material, including explicit sexuality and an abortion. An ambitious, attractive white-collar working girl-secretary, Kitty Foyle Best Actress-winning Ginger Rogers found herself in a love triangle with a noble, but poor, idealistic and struggling doctor Mark Eisen James Craig , and her wealthy, still-married philandering ex-husband, rich Philadelphia socialite Wynnewood 'Wyn' Strafford VI Dennis Morgan whom she was strangely drawn to.

Her reflections on her choice of beaux wealth vs. The film also used a technique of a 'mirror-image' conscience to show two sides of Kitty's personality the rational vs. Caught in a difficult love triangle, she had to choose in the final scene: She decided to marry Mark after she said to herself: I'm going to be married tonight -- to taxi driver: Knute Rockne All American , 96 minutes, D: Lloyd Bacon A sentimental, inspirational sports biography-drama of Notre Dame's legendary and dedicated football coach, who became known for rousing pep talks to his players, exhorting them to greatness.

One of the best sports movies of all-time. The film contained actual newsreel footage of Notre Dame football games, and was most-remembered for Rockne's stirring words to his team during half-time in a game against Army to "go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper" - to play in memory of superb ND grid-iron half-back player George Gipp Ronald Reagan who died at the early age of 25 from a "disease" - pneumonia and complications from strep throat.

The film concluded with the tragic plane crash in that took 43 year-old Rockne's life, and his funeral with a eulogy by university president, Father Callahan Donald Crisp. The Letter , 95 minutes, D: William Wyler A superb melodrama from Warner Bros. Director Wyler was again paired with Bette Davis, after their success with Jezebel On the grounds of a Malayan rubber plantation one evening, bored and restless wife Leslie Crosbie Bette Davis shot and point-blank killed old family friend Geoffrey Hammond David Newell on the porch and front steps of her home with her husband's gun - in the striking opening scene.

She explained to her husband Robert Herbert Marshall who was away on business at the time of the murder and their hired respected lawyer Howard Joyce James Stephenson , with cold calculation and manipulation, that it was self-defense to protect her honor.

Her husband faithfully believed her. She claimed that Hammond, who was married to an Eurasian - Mrs. Hammond Gale Sondergaard , had tried to rape her. She was to stand trial in Singapore for murder. In fact, she killed him because as her lover, he threatened to leave her to take another partner.

Leslie tearfully admitted her affair with Hammond. The letter had to be retrieved personally in a dramatic scene. During the subsequent court trial, Leslie was found innocent of murder charges, because the incriminating evidence wasn't produced. Stephenson told the jury it was "a simple, uncomplicated case" - after she again claimed she shot Hammond in self-defense. However, on the night of the acquittal, Leslie suffered a fateful retribution in the conclusion, when she was knifed in the dark by Mrs.

According to the Hays Code, she had to pay and be punished for her indiscretion. The Long Voyage Home , minutes, D: John Ford Adapted from four short, one-act plays by Eugene O'Neill that were condensed into one screenplay.

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Kitty Foyle , minutes, D: Sam Wood RKO's acclaimed romantic melodrama a classic "chick flick" , subtitled "The Natural History of a Woman," featured dancer Ginger Rogers in her first serious acting role in one of the best "women's pictures" of the 40s.

Adapted from a screenplay, based on Christopher Morley's popular novel which contained more racy material, including explicit sexuality and an abortion.

An ambitious, attractive white-collar working girl-secretary, Kitty Foyle Best Actress-winning Ginger Rogers found herself in a love triangle with a noble, but poor, idealistic and struggling doctor Mark Eisen James Craig , and her wealthy, still-married philandering ex-husband, rich Philadelphia socialite Wynnewood 'Wyn' Strafford VI Dennis Morgan whom she was strangely drawn to. Her reflections on her choice of beaux wealth vs. The film also used a technique of a 'mirror-image' conscience to show two sides of Kitty's personality the rational vs.

Caught in a difficult love triangle, she had to choose in the final scene: She decided to marry Mark after she said to herself: I'm going to be married tonight -- to taxi driver: Knute Rockne All American , 96 minutes, D: Lloyd Bacon A sentimental, inspirational sports biography-drama of Notre Dame's legendary and dedicated football coach, who became known for rousing pep talks to his players, exhorting them to greatness.

One of the best sports movies of all-time. The film contained actual newsreel footage of Notre Dame football games, and was most-remembered for Rockne's stirring words to his team during half-time in a game against Army to "go out there with all they got and win just one for the Gipper" - to play in memory of superb ND grid-iron half-back player George Gipp Ronald Reagan who died at the early age of 25 from a "disease" - pneumonia and complications from strep throat.

The film concluded with the tragic plane crash in that took 43 year-old Rockne's life, and his funeral with a eulogy by university president, Father Callahan Donald Crisp. The Letter , 95 minutes, D: William Wyler A superb melodrama from Warner Bros. Director Wyler was again paired with Bette Davis, after their success with Jezebel On the grounds of a Malayan rubber plantation one evening, bored and restless wife Leslie Crosbie Bette Davis shot and point-blank killed old family friend Geoffrey Hammond David Newell on the porch and front steps of her home with her husband's gun - in the striking opening scene.

She explained to her husband Robert Herbert Marshall who was away on business at the time of the murder and their hired respected lawyer Howard Joyce James Stephenson , with cold calculation and manipulation, that it was self-defense to protect her honor.

Her husband faithfully believed her. She claimed that Hammond, who was married to an Eurasian - Mrs. Hammond Gale Sondergaard , had tried to rape her. She was to stand trial in Singapore for murder.

In fact, she killed him because as her lover, he threatened to leave her to take another partner. Leslie tearfully admitted her affair with Hammond. The letter had to be retrieved personally in a dramatic scene. During the subsequent court trial, Leslie was found innocent of murder charges, because the incriminating evidence wasn't produced.

Stephenson told the jury it was "a simple, uncomplicated case" - after she again claimed she shot Hammond in self-defense. However, on the night of the acquittal, Leslie suffered a fateful retribution in the conclusion, when she was knifed in the dark by Mrs. According to the Hays Code, she had to pay and be punished for her indiscretion.

The Long Voyage Home , minutes, D: John Ford Adapted from four short, one-act plays by Eugene O'Neill that were condensed into one screenplay. Set in pre-World War II year of In a series of vignettes, the gripping film took a look at the lives and loves, hopes, dreams, and comradeship of working-class Merchant Marine seamen.

Their British freighter, the S. Glencairn , was transporting dynamite in a dangerous mission-convoy from America to England, and was threatened by bad weather at sea, German U-boats and strafing plane attacks, the death of beloved crew member Yank Ward Bond , and suspicions of treason against Smitty Ian Hunter , one of the sailors. With effective performances by John Wayne as young Swedish sailor and farm-boy Ole Olsen returning home to his mother's farm-home, and Thomas Mitchell as fellow seamate Aloysius Driscoll.

Included atmospheric, high-contrast, black and white cinematography by the famous Gregg Toland. An epilogue ended the film: The Mark of Zorro , 93 minutes, D: Rouben Mamoulian A swashbuckling adventure story from 20th Century Fox, a remake of the silent classic with Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.

He found power had been usurped from his father by corrupt oppressors led by Don Luis Quintero J. Edward Bromberg and his tax-collecting henchman led by Capt.

Esteban Pasquale Basil Rathbone. Pasquale was also having an affair with Quintero's greedy wife Inez Gale Sondergaard. By day, nobleman-aristocrat Diego was considered a carefree and harmless fop, but at night he donned a black outfit, a mask and a sword, and rode to avenge the tyrants, carving the letter Z signifying his name: The film included some of the best dueling scenes in cinematic history, between Zorro and Capt.

In the end, the cruel regime was overthrown, and Zorro's father was reinstated as governor or Alcalde leader of the community. Zorro's love interest was provided by Quintero's pretty daughter Lolita Linda Darnell. The Mortal Storm , minutes, D: It was based upon Phyllis Bottome's best-selling, pre-war novel, about ideological differences dividing up a family. It told about the Roth family living idyllically and peacefully in the early s in a small fictional Alpine village in Southern Germany - and the repercussions after Adolf Hitler came to power as Chancellor in the Third Reich in and Nazism slowly pervaded the country.

The family was led by outspoken, respected, "non-Aryan" or Jewish 60 year-old teacher of biology Viktor Roth Frank Morgan at a Bavarian educational institution. Pretty daughter Freya Roth Margaret Sullavan was courted by young fascist Fritz Marberg Robert Young , one of her father's students, but then rejected him in favor of more sensitive rival Martin Brietner James Stewart , a long-time family friend, and Roth's protege as a pacifist veterinary student.

Orr , both supported the rise of Hitler and the Hitler Youth Organization, causing more friction and a rift in the family. When Professor Roth opposed the Nazi doctrines about racial segregation and a master race of Aryans, he was removed from his position, arrested and sent to a hard labor concentration camp, where he died under mysterious circumstances.

In the grim conclusion, Martin aided Freya in an attempt to escape from Germany by crossing the border into Austria - by skiing through a mountainous snowy pass, where they were spotted by a Nazi platoon patrol led by Fritz.

Although they were able to cross the border successfully, Freya was mortally wounded and died in Martin's arms. My Favorite Wife , 88 minutes, D: Garson Kanin One of the classic marital screwball comedies of all time - an attempt to repeat the success of director Leo McCarey's The Awful Truth featuring the same two stars and producer McCarey. Ellen Arden Irene Dunne , the wife of a young attorney was shipwrecked on a South Seas voyage during a typhoon and presumed lost. In reality, she was alive, marooned on a desert island with another survivor, a handsome young scientist Stephen Burkett Randolph Scott.

Declared legally dead after seven years, she happened to arrive back on the day of her husband Nick Arden's Cary Grant remarriage to Bianca Gail Patrick and their honeymoon night.

He was stunned by her reappearance - what was he to do, and what about the other man who may have compromised her? Our Town , 90 minutes, D: Sam Wood An innovative film presentation of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, a much-loved classic, dramatic story of human life, love, tragedy and conflict, set in the simple, small New England town of Grover's Corners, New Hampshire.

The story was told in three sequences depicting the years before WWI , , and With a great musical score by composer Aaron Copland, and production design by William Cameron Menzies. In contrast to the play that was performed without scenery and only a few props, the film included realistic scenery. The film was given down-home commentary by the omniscient Narrator or Stage Manager, drugstore owner Mr. Morgan Frank Craven , who profiled the lives of the town's residents.

It centered around young teenaged Emily Webb Martha Scott , the hard-working daughter of the town's newspaper editor Mr. They courted each other over a period of time and eventually married , but she was lost during childbirth for her second child.

In a ghostly afterlife existence, Emily was given special permission to go back and re-live just one day of her life - the day of her 16th birthday her 12th birthday in the play , and learned how little the quiet, everyday, fleeting moments of life were precious - and under-appreciated. In the twist ending epilogue a severe modification from the play's original downbeat ending , Emily woke up from the temporary coma resulting from childbirth - and realized the film's third episode was just a dream.

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Congress had originally set a ratification deadline of March 22, , for the state legislatures to consider the ERA. Through , the amendment received 35 of the necessary 38 state ratifications. With wide, bipartisan support including that of both major political parties, both houses of Congress, and Presidents Nixon , Ford and Carter [2] the ERA seemed destined for ratification until Phyllis Schlafly mobilized conservative women in opposition, arguing that the ERA would disadvantage housewives and cause women to be drafted into the military.

Four claim to have rescinded their ratifications before the original March 22, ratification deadline, while the South Dakota legislature did so by voting to sunset its ratification as of that original deadline. However, it remains a legal question as to whether a state can revoke its ratification of a federal constitutional amendment. In , Congress passed by simple majorities in each house , and President Carter signed, a joint resolution with the intent of extending the ratification deadline to June 30, Because no additional state legislatures ratified the ERA between March 22, and June 30, , the validity of that disputed extension was rendered academic.

On March 22, , the 45th anniversary of Congress' submission of the ERA to the nation's state lawmakers, the Nevada Legislature became the first to ratify the ERA after the expiration of both deadlines [5] with its adoption of Senate Joint Resolution No.

Senate and published verbatim in the Congressional Record of April 5, , at pages S and S Senate and likewise published verbatim in the Congressional Record of September 12, , at page S Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date of ratification. On September 25, , the National Woman's Party announced plans to campaign for an amendment to the U. Constitution to guarantee women equal rights with men.

The text of the proposed amendment read:. No political, civil, or legal disabilities or inequalities on account of sex or on account of marriage, unless applying equally to both sexes, shall exist within the United States or any territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. Alice Paul, the head of the National Women's Party, believed that the Nineteenth Amendment would not be enough to ensure that men and women were treated equally regardless of sex.

In , she revised the proposed amendment to read:. Men and women shall have equal rights throughout the United States and every place subject to its jurisdiction. Paul named this version the Lucretia Mott Amendment, after a female abolitionist who fought for women's rights and attended the First Women's Rights Convention. In , Alice Paul further revised the amendment to reflect the wording of the Fifteenth and Nineteenth Amendments.

This text became Section 1 of the version passed by Congress in As a result, in the s, ERA opponents proposed an alternative, which provided that "no distinctions on the basis of sex shall be made except such as are reasonably justified by differences in physical structure, biological differences, or social function. Since the s, the Equal Rights Amendment has been accompanied by discussion among feminists about the meaning of women's equality.

Although it now appears courts would indeed consider physical distinctions when applying the amendment, and determine whether a compelling government interest was met by sex-based government classifications, those discussing the amendment at the time had not yet seen the thoughtful Constitutional interpretations relating to civil rights and sex-based classifications that occurred years later. In , The Forum hosted a debate between Doris Stevens and Alice Hamilton concerning the two perspectives on the proposed amendment.

One approach emphasized the common humanity of women and men, while the other stressed women's unique experiences and how they were different from men, seeking recognition for specific needs. These feminists argued that legislation including mandated minimum wages, safety regulations, restricted daily and weekly hours, lunch breaks, and maternity provisions would be more beneficial to the majority of women who were forced to work out of economic necessity, not personal fulfillment.

Alice Hamilton, in her speech "Protection for Women Workers," said that the ERA would strip working women of the small protections they had achieved, leaving them powerless to further improve their condition in the future, or to attain necessary protections in the present.

Instead, it was usually blocked in committee; except in , when it was defeated in the Senate by a vote of 38 to 35 — not receiving the required two-thirds supermajority. The Hayden rider added a sentence to the ERA to keep special protections for women: Though opponents were marginally more in favor of the ERA with the Hayden rider, supporters of the original ERA believed it negated the amendment's original purpose—causing the amendment not to be passed in the House.

ERA supporters were hopeful that the second term of President Dwight Eisenhower would advance their agenda. Eisenhower had publicly promised to "assure women everywhere in our land equality of rights," and in , Eisenhower asked a joint session of Congress to pass the Equal Rights Amendment, the first president to show such a level of support for the amendment. However, the National Woman's Party found the amendment to be unacceptable and asked it to be withdrawn whenever the Hayden rider was added to the ERA.

The Republican Party included support of the ERA in its platform beginning in , renewing the plank every four years until They felt that ERA was designed for middle class women, but that working class women needed government protection.

They also feared that the ERA would undercut the male-dominated labor unions that were a core component of the New Deal coalition. Most northern Democrats , who aligned themselves with the anti-ERA labor unions, opposed the amendment. At the Democratic National Convention , the Democrats made the divisive step of including the ERA in their platform, but the Democratic Party did not become united in favor of the amendment until congressional passage in Peterson publicly opposed the Equal Rights Amendment based on her belief that it would weaken protective labor legislation.

As a concession to feminists, Kennedy appointed a blue-ribbon commission on women, the President's Commission on the Status of Women , to investigate the problem of sex discrimination in the United States.

The commission was chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt who opposed the ERA but no longer spoke against it publicly. In the early s, Eleanor Roosevelt announced that, due to unionization, she believed the ERA was no longer a threat to women as it once may have been and told supporters that, as far as she was concerned, they could have the amendment if they wanted it. However, she never went so far as to endorse the ERA. The commission that she chaired reported after her death that no ERA was needed.

The commission, composed largely of anti-ERA feminists with ties to labor, proposed remedies to the widespread sex discrimination it unearthed and in its final report held that on the issue of equality "a constitutional amendment need not now be sought". The national commission spurred the establishment of state and local commissions on the status of women and arranged for follow-up conferences in the years to come.

The following year, the Civil Rights Act of banned workplace discrimination not only on the basis of race, religion, and national origin, but also on the basis of sex, thanks to the lobbying of Alice Paul and Coretta Scott King and the skillful politicking of Representative Martha Griffiths of Michigan. A new women's movement gained ground in the later s as a result of a variety of factors: Betty Friedan 's bestseller The Feminine Mystique ; the network of women's rights commissions formed by Kennedy's national commission; the frustration over women's social and economic status; and anger over the lack of government and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission enforcement of the Equal Pay Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

In February , NOW picketed the United States Senate, a subcommittee of which was holding hearings on a constitutional amendment to lower the voting age to That August, over 20, American women held a nationwide Women's Strike for Equality protest to demand full social, economic, and political equality.

For example, a question of equality before the law; we are interested in the Equal Rights Amendment. Influential news sources such as Time also supported the cause of the protestors. The joint resolution passed in the House and continued on to the Senate, which voted for the ERA with an added clause that women would be exempt from the military. The 91st Congress , however, ended before the joint resolution could progress any further. On March 22, , the ERA was placed before the state legislatures, with a seven-year deadline to acquire ratification by three-fourths 38 of the state legislatures.

Most states were eager [ citation needed ] to ratify the proposed constitutional amendment. Senate's vote on House Joint Resolution No. During , a total of 22 state legislatures ratified the amendment and eight more joined in Between and , only five states approved the ERA, and advocates became worried about the approaching March 22, deadline.

The ERA has been ratified by the following states: Although Article V is silent as to whether a state may rescind a previous ratification of a proposed—but not yet ratified—amendment to the U. Constitution, [47] legislators in the following four states nevertheless voted to retract their earlier ratification of the ERA: The action of the 95th Congress in October to extend the ERA ratification deadline from March 22, , to June 30, , was not universally accepted.

On December 23, , a federal district court ruled in Idaho v. Freeman that Congress had no power to extend ERA's ratification deadline. On January 25, , the U. Supreme Court opted to stay the district court's decision. Idaho and Carmen v. Idaho that the controversy had been rendered moot by virtue of the fact that no additional state legislatures ratified ERA between March 22, and June 30, The joint resolution stipulated that South Dakota's ERA ratification would be "sunsetted" as of the original March 22, deadline.

South Dakota's sunset joint resolution declared: Senate and published verbatim in the Congressional Record of March 13, , at pages and The action on the part of South Dakota lawmakers—occurring 21 days prior to originally agreed-upon March 22, deadline—could be viewed as slightly different from a rescission.

The Constitution is silent as to whether the governor—or acting governor—of a state has any formal role to play regarding state ratification of an amendment to the Constitution. Supreme Court ruled in Hollingsworth v. Virginia [54] that the President of the United States has no formal role in that process. At various times, in 7 of the 13 non-ratifying states, one house of the legislature approved the ERA.

It failed in those states because both houses of a state's legislature must approve, during the same session, in order for that state to be deemed to have ratified. Ratification resolutions have also been defeated in Arizona, Arkansas, [61] and Mississippi. The original joint resolution H. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled two-thirds of each House concurring therein , That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress: As the joint resolution was passed on March 22, , this effectively set a March 22, deadline for the amendment to be ratified by the requisite number of states.

However, the 92nd Congress did not incorporate any time limit into the body of the actual text of the proposed amendment, as had been done with a number of other proposed amendments. In , as the original deadline approached, the 95th Congress adopted House Joint Resolution No. Carter signed the joint resolution, although he noted, on strictly procedural grounds, the irregularity of his doing so. The purported extension of ERA's ratification deadline was vigorously contested in as scholars were divided as to whether Congress actually has authority to revise a previously agreed-to deadline for the states to act upon a Federal constitutional amendment.

On June 18, , a resolution in the Illinois House of Representatives resulted in a vote of in favor, but Illinois' internal parliamentary rules required a three-fifths majority on constitutional amendments and so the measure failed by five votes.

In , seven female ERA supporters went on a fast and seventeen chained themselves to the entrance of the Illinois Senate chamber. In the final week before the revised deadline, that ratifying resolution, however, was defeated in the Florida Senate by a vote of 16 yeas and 22 nays. Even if Florida had ratified the ERA, the proposed amendment would still have fallen short of the required According to research by Professor Jules B. Gerard, professor of law at Washington University in St.

Louis , of the 35 legislatures that passed ratification resolutions, 24 of them explicitly referred to the original deadline. On December 23, , a federal district court, in the case of Idaho v.

Freeman , ruled that the extension of the ERA ratification deadline to June 30, , was not valid and that, ERA had actually expired from state legislative consideration more than two years earlier on the original expiration date of March 22, On January 25, , however, the U. Supreme Court "stayed" the lower court's decision, thus signaling to the legislatures of still-unratified states that they may continue consideration of ERA during their spring legislative sessions.

After the disputed June 30, , extended deadline had come and gone, the Supreme Court, at the beginning of its new term, on October 4, , in the separate case of NOW v. Idaho , U. Freeman , [72] which, in addition to declaring March 22, , as ERA's expiration date, had upheld the validity of state rescissions.

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