As the push for women's liberation grew in the early 1970s, so did the tendency of country singers to head to the studio to record songs bemoaning the oncoming changes.
Perhaps you'll remember late in that decade when the CBS television program All In The Family petered out and morphed into Archie Bunker's Place, set mostly in Archie's tavern in Queens? I'm thinking that if the show had been set in Chattanooga instead and there was a jukebox at the bar, there's a pretty good chance some of these records would've made the cut.
Bob Aden - Women's Lib? (2:53)
Slim Martin - Women's Lib (2:54)