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Uncurrent Events: A History of Women’s Economic Rights

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The history of women’s rights isn’t just the vote. Learn about women’s economic rights back to 1790. Read more

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Uncurrent Events: The Women of the FOMC

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Fourteen women have served on the FOMC since its inception. Learn about them and their roles in the Federal Reserve in this Inside FRASER post. Read more

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Staff Picks: BLS Women in Industry Series

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Included in the Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletins on FRASER is the Women in Industry Series from the early 20th century. Read more

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Staff Picks: A Memo from Miss Joy

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The Charles Hamlin papers include memos from Aryness Joy, an early Fed research assistant who helped create the cost-of-living index. Read more

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