Betty Friedan


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Noun1.Betty Friedan - United States feminist who founded a national organization for women (born in 1921)
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Betty Friedan observed that: "Men are not the enemy, but the fellow victims.
I always thought he made fools out of female polemicists like Germaine Greer and Betty Friedan, but then I never followed the debates.
Theodore Hesburgh, Studs Terkel and Betty Friedan, as well as from several bishops.
The book also identifies, explores, and offers a solution for 21st-century man's dirty, little, subconscious fear-described by James as "The Masculine Obsolete"-the corollary to the female "problem that has no name" unveiled by Betty Friedan in her groundbreaking 1963 book, The Feminine Mystique.
Coupled with the elevation of three white women--Bella Ab-zug, Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem--as the standard bearers of modern feminism, it's easy to see why many young Latinas don't know the contributions of women of color or the history of the movement.
Was it Betty Friedan who used the phrase "quiet desperation" to describe the lives of housewives?
The same year that Kennedy was killed, Betty Friedan published "The Feminine Mystique," igniting a firestorm of debate about "the problem that has no name"-- women's dissatisfaction with their limited roles.
Which congresswoman founded the National Women's Political Caucus with Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem?
APHA presented the Presidential Citation to Betty Friedan, women's rights advocate and Founder of the National Organization for Women, and Eula Hall, Director, Mud Creek Health Project.
The Feminine Mystique', Betty Friedan (50 Years): This book ask a woman to get away from the urban ennui and find life beyond her family and kids.
But in 1963, Betty Friedan published The Feminine Mystique, which explored the idea that many women were unhappy in the role of housewife.
There used to be a Women's Club, and it could attract a crowd of 50 to see the feminist icon Betty Friedan give a speech.