by Betty Friedan
Hardcover, 562 pages, W W Norton & Co Inc, List Price: $25.95 |
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A 50th-anniverary edition of Betty Friedan's groundbreaking book, with an introduction by Gail Collins and an afterword by Anna Quindlen.
Betty Friedan, co-founder of National Organization for Women (NOW), speaks during the Women's Strike for Equality event in New York on Aug. 26, 1970, the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage.
February 10, 2013 In 1963 Betty Friedan published a groundbreaking work that empowered a generation of women. With World War II over, women who had been working were told to find fulfillment at home. "The moment was so pregnant and ready for an explosion," says New York Times columnist Gail Collins.
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