In 1969, the number of courses in women's studies given in the United States were less than 100. Within two years (1971), the number rose to 610, then to 2000 in 1973, 5000 in 1975, the Woman's year. In 1976, the number of universities offering the Women's Studies program grew to between 250 and 300.
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