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A Conversation with Betty Friedan Webcast | Library of Congress

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Women's Rights Movement in the U.S.: Timeline of Events (1921-1979) | Infoplease.com

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Women in the Labor Force | Infoplease.com

The following table lists the number of employed women in the United States labor force from 1900 to the present.
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Project 2- The Changing Concept of Gender in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s - Christine Andelin Kearns

Project 2- The Changing Concept of Gender in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s - Christine Andelin Kearns | Women's Historical Role | Scoop.it
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Books as Bombs - The New Yorker

Books as Bombs - The New Yorker | Women's Historical Role | Scoop.it
In 1963, the year she published “The Feminine Mystique,” Betty Friedan was living in Grand View-on-Hudson, New York, in an eleven-room house overlooking the river, with her husband, Carl, and their three children. Carl was an advertising executive; Betty was a summa-cum-laude graduate of Smith who had been working for more than ten years as a successful freelance magazine writer. The Friedans had household help three or four days a week, which allowed Betty to travel for her research and to commute into the city.
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Feminist: Stories from the Women's Liberation Movement

Feminist: Stories from the Women's Liberation Movement | Women's Historical Role | Scoop.it
The women's liberation movement of the mid 20th century was a revolution. So why are people reluctant to call themselves "feminist?"
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Women's Earnings as a Percentage of Men's, 1951–2011 | Infoplease.com

Find out how much women working full-time, year-round in the United States make compared to men for the years 1951 through 2011.
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