SEVEN TO FOUR. OURS.
Twelve women who made "outstanding" news in 1970 were selected by the Associated Press recently. It's quite a lineup.
Honkies on the list include Lady Bird Johnson (whose "White House Diary" was published this year), Martha Mitchell (for her incredible vocal abilities), Lenore Romney (who ran for Governor of Michigan last year), and Golda Meir (the premier of Israel, leader of the fight to deny the Palestinian People their home).
On the side of the people, and in the majority, are: Madame Nguyen ThiBinh (head of the National Liberation Front delegation to the Paris Peace Talks), Bernadette Devlin (Irish freedom fighter and youngest member of British parliament), Angela Davis (Black revolutionary on trial for purchasing the guns used in the courtroom death of a San Rafael, Cal., judge), Susan Saxe and Katherine Power (21 year old honor graduates of Brandeis University, on the FBI's most wanted list for ripping-off a Boston bank), Bernadine Dohrn (of the Weatherman underground, also on the Most-Wanted list), Leila Khaled (Palestinian revolutionary who hijacked an El Al airliner, was overtaken, and then freed in exchange for Arab-held hostages), and Kate Millet (women's liberation spokeswoman, whose book, Sexual Politics, is a bestseller).