Betty Friedan

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July 14, 2014

 

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These occurrences added to her desire to improve society and women’s acceptance in it. As a young woman, she looked up to her mother and treated her with a great deal of respect. She knew that her mother was unhappy as a typical housewife, much like most women during that time. “I was so aware of the crime, the shame that there was no use of my mother’s abilities and energy...
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She knew that her mother was unhappy as a typical housewife, much like most women during that time. “I was so aware of the crime, the shame that there was no use of my mother’s abilities and energy.” (PBS). Seeing her mother suffer through out her childhood added to her desire to bring about a change...
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