Although the Equal Rights Amendment failed to be ratified by the necessary three-quarters majority of the states, the central questions and events that surrounded the campaign for ratification persist as mainstream issues. This annotated bibliography offers a comprehensive guide to the discussion of these issues in books, articles, documents, and the media between 1976, when the campaign for ratification was well under way, and 1985, three years following its defeat. Each chapter begins with the longest and most significant citations, which are fully annotated, followed by listings of briefer items. Author and subject indexes and an appendix listing organizational resources are also supplied. Together with The Equal Rights Amendment: A Bibliographic Study by Anita Miller and Hazel Greenberg (Greenwood Press, 1976), this volume provides access to important information that was hitherto available only in scattered sources.