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Msprint (Journal, 1978-?)


"Set up in May '78 as a successor to the Scottish Women's Liberation Journal. Quarterly publication, printed, circulation 1,000- to be increased. Distributed: PDC, bookshops, subs, women's centres, sales at meetings etc. available to men. ₤150 for an average issue, self financing and supplemented by fund raising. 6/7 women work on the paper. Publication is aimed at women in Scotland and sympathetic to men. Hopes to promote debate on all issues concerning women in Scotland. The collective works with contributors to produce articles, they never cut articles, but ask the contributor to change them, or they reject them. About entries from men- has not arisen yet."

- Information from the "Directory of Women's Liberation Newletters, Magazines, Journals...", by Dena and Shaila (York, UK), c.1978


United Kingdom
56° 27' 41.1408" N, 2° 58' 5.1996" W
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Women's Liberation Movement