The Problem of Women in the Department: Sex and Gender Discrimination in the 1960s United States Foreign Diplomatic Service
McKenzie, Beatrice Loftus
- Publisher: European Association for American Studies
Gender | sexuality | Sociology (General) | Rickie Sollinger | sexual harassment | United States | John F. Kennedy | Frances Willis | History America | Bill Wood | E151-889 | Frank Carlucci | State Department | gender discrimination | Constance Harvey | Joseph Mobutu | Michael Krenn | Foreign Service Officer | HM401-1281 | sexual revolution | Patrice Lumumba | Foreign Service exam | Homer Calkin | Wriston program | U.S. Foreign Service | Alison Palmer | Edward Korry | Joseph McCarthy | Sumner Welles | class action lawsuit | E-F
Alison Palmer, a United States Foreign Service Officer from 1959 to 1981, brought a gender equity complaint against the U.S. State Department in the late 1960s and then led a class action lawsuit by female officers that lasted until 2010. Examining the records of Palme...