Cambridge: Female Liberation Front, 1971. 128p., 6x9 inches, essays, photos, poetry, digest-size journal in stapled tan and red wraps; rectangular shadow where a sticker was put on to cover the original price but has since fallen off. Ownership signature at top edge.
Compendium of articles on self-defense, the man problem, and the exploitation of housework. Cell 16 was a radical feminist collective that believed in celibacy, questioning patriachy, and heterosexual separatism or the separate pursuit of liberation for women and men.