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Bella Abzug (1920 - 1998) is running for Congress and is one of the chief organisers of the Women's Liberation Day parade in
Bella Abzug (1920 - 1998) is running for Congress and is one of the chief organisers of the Women's Liberation Day parade in New York, on the 50th anniversary of women winning the vote in the United States. She is carrying an anti-motherhood sign reading 'Free the female body from pain and inequality. Put motherhood in a test-tube'. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

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