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Regarded as an influential author and intellectual in the United States, Friedan remained active in politics and advocacy until the late s, authoring six books.

As early as the s Friedan was critical of polarized and extreme factions of feminism that attacked groups such as men and homemakers.

One of her later books, The Second Stage , critiqued what Friedan saw as the extremist excesses of some feminists. Friedan was born Bettye Naomi Goldstein [7] [8] [9] on February 4, in Peoria, Illinois , [10] to Harry and Miriam Horwitz Goldstein, whose Jewish families were from Russia and Hungary.

Her mother's new life outside the home seemed much more gratifying. As a young girl, Friedan was active in both Marxist and Jewish circles; she later wrote how she felt isolated from the latter community at times, and felt her "passion against injustice When her application to write a column was turned down, she and six other friends launched a literary magazine called Tide , which discussed home life rather than school life.

She attended all-female Smith College in She won a scholarship prize in her first year for outstanding academic performance. In her second year, she became interested in poetry and had many poems published in campus publications.

In , she became editor-in-chief of the college newspaper. The editorials became more political under her leadership, taking a strong antiwar stance and occasionally causing controversy.

In she spent a year at the University of California, Berkeley on a fellowship for graduate work in psychology with Erik Erikson.

After leaving Berkeley, Betty became a journalist for leftist and labor union publications. Between and she wrote for Federated Press and between and she worked for the United Electrical Workers ' UE News.

One of her assignments was to report on the House Un-American Activities Committee. By then married, Friedan was dismissed from the union newspaper UE News in because she was pregnant with her second child.

According to Friedan biographer Daniel Horowitz, Friedan started as a labor journalist when she first became aware of women's oppression and exclusion, although Friedan herself disputed this interpretation of her work.

For her 15th college reunion in Friedan conducted a survey of college graduates, focusing on their education, subsequent experiences and satisfaction with their current lives.

She started publishing articles about what she called "the problem that has no name", and got passionate responses from many housewives grateful that they were not alone in experiencing this problem.

The shores are strewn with the casualties of the feminine mystique. They did give up their own education to put their husbands through college, and then, maybe against their own wishes, ten or fifteen years later, they were left in the lurch by divorce.

The strongest were able to cope more or less well, but it wasn't that easy for a woman of forty-five or fifty to move ahead in a profession and make a new life for herself and her children or herself alone.

Friedan then decided to rework and expand this topic into a book, The Feminine Mystique. Published in , it depicted the roles of women in industrial societies , especially the full-time homemaker role which Friedan deemed stifling.

From her psychological background she criticized Freud 's penis envy theory, noting a lot of paradoxes in his work, and offered some answers to women desirous of further education.

The problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years in the minds of American women. It was a strange stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning [that is, a longing] that women suffered in the middle of the 20th century in the United States.

Each suburban [house]wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries … she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question — "Is this all?

Friedan asserted that women are as capable as men for any type of work or any career path against arguments to the contrary by the mass media, educators and psychologists.

While "first-wave" feminists had often shared an essentialist view of women's nature and a corporatist view of society, claiming that women's suffrage , education, and social participation would increase the incidence of marriage , make women better wives and mothers, and improve national and international health and efficiency , [22] [23] [24] Friedan based women's rights in what she called "the basic human need to grow, man's will to be all that is in him to be".

The book became a bestseller, which many historians believe was the impetus for the " second wave " of the women's movement in the United States, and significantly shaped national and world events.

Friedan originally intended to write a sequel to The Feminine Mystique , which was to be called "Woman: The Fourth Dimension", but instead only wrote an article by that title, which appeared in the Ladies' Home Journal in June Friedan published six books.

Her other books include The Second Stage , It Changed My Life: Writings on the Women's Movement , Beyond Gender and The Fountain of Age.

Her autobiography, Life so Far , was published in In Friedan co-founded, and became the first president of the National Organization for Women.

NOW lobbied for enforcement of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of and the Equal Pay Act of , the first two major legislative victories of the movement, and forced the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to stop ignoring, and start treating with dignity and urgency, claims filed involving sex discrimination.

They successfully campaigned for a Executive Order extending the same affirmative action granted to blacks to women, and for a EEOC decision ruling illegal sex-segregated help want ads, later upheld by the Supreme Court.

NOW was vocal in support of the legalization of abortion, an issue that divided some feminists. Also divisive in the s among women was the Equal Rights Amendment , which NOW fully endorsed; by the s, women and labor unions opposed to ERA warmed up to it and began to support it fully.

NOW also lobbied for national daycare. NOW also helped women get equal access to public places. For example, the Oak Room at the Plaza Hotel in New York held men-only lunches on weekdays until , when Friedan and other members of NOW staged a protest.

Despite the success NOW achieved under Friedan, her decision to pressure Equal Employment Opportunity to use Title VII of the Civil Rights Act to enforce more job opportunities among American women met with fierce opposition within the organization.

In NOW, with Friedan leading the cause, was instrumental in the U. Senate's rejection of President Richard M.

Nixon 's Supreme Court nominee G. Harrold Carswell , who had opposed the Civil Rights Act granting among other things women workplace equality with men.

On August 26, , the 50th anniversary of the Women's Suffrage Amendment to the Constitution , Friedan organized the national Women's Strike for Equality , and led a march of an estimated 20, women in New York City.

All kinds of women's groups all over the country will be using this week on August 26 particularly, to point out those areas in women's life which are still not addressed.

For example, a question of equality before the law; we are interested in the equal rights amendment. The question of child care centers which are totally inadequate in the society, and which women require, if they are going to assume their rightful position in terms of helping in decisions of the society.

The question of a women's right to control her own reproductive processes, that is, laws prohibiting abortion in the state or putting them into criminal statutes; I think that would be a statute that we would [be] addressing ourselves to.

So I think individual women will react differently; some will not cook that day, some will engage in dialog with their husband[s], some will be out at the rallies and demonstrations that will be taking place all over the country.

Others will be writing things that will help them to define where they want to go. Some will be pressuring their Senators and their Congressmen to pass legislations that affect women.

I don't think you can come up with any one point, women will be doing their own thing in their own way. Friedan founded the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws , renamed National Abortion Rights Action League after the Supreme Court had legalized abortion in In Friedan led other feminists in derailing the nomination of Supreme Court nominee G.

Harrold Carswell , whose record of racial discrimination and antifeminism made him unacceptable and unfit to sit on the highest court in the land to virtually everyone in the civil rights and feminist movements.

Friedan's impassioned testimony before the Senate helped sink Carswell's nomination. In Friedan, along with many other leading women's movement leaders, including Gloria Steinem with whom she had a legendary rivalry founded the National Women's Political Caucus.

In , Friedan unsuccessfully ran as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in support of Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm. That year at the DNC Friedan played a very prominent role and addressed the convention, although she clashed with other women, notably Steinem, on what should be done there, and how.

One of the most influential feminists of the twentieth century, Friedan in addition to many others opposed equating feminism with lesbianism.

As early as , very early in the movement, and only a year after the publication of The Feminine Mystique , Friedan appeared on television to address the fact the media was, at that point, trying to dismiss the movement as a joke and centering argument and debate around whether or not to wear bras and other issues considered ridiculous.

She pushed the feminist movement to focus on economic issues, especially equality in employment and business as well as provision for child care and other means by which both women and men could balance family and work.

She tried to lessen the focuses on abortion, as an issue already won, and on rape and pornography, which she believed most women did not consider to be high priorities.

When she grew up in Peoria, Illinois , she knew only one gay man. She said, "the whole idea of homosexuality made me profoundly uneasy". Yes, I suppose you have to say that freedom of sexual choice is part of that, but it shouldn't be the main issue….

But in , at the National Women's Conference, she seconded a lesbian rights resolution "which everyone thought I would oppose" in order to "preempt any debate" and move on to other issues she believed were more important and less divisive in the effort to add the Equal Rights Amendment ERA to the U.

She supported the concept that abortion is a woman's choice, that it shouldn't be a crime or exclusively a doctor's choice or anyone else involved, and helped form NARAL now NARAL Pro-Choice America at a time when Planned Parenthood wasn't yet supportive.

In , she believed abortion should be in the context of "'the choice to have children'", a formulation supported by the Roman Catholic priest organizing Catholic participation in the White House Conference on Families for that year, [64] though perhaps not by the bishops above him.

As of , she wrote, referring to "NOW and the other women's organizations" as seeming to be in a "time warp", "to my mind, there is far too much focus on abortion She joined nearly others in Feminists for Free Expression in opposing the Pornography Victims' Compensation Act.

I'm not adverse to a boycott, but I don't think they should be suppressed. In , Friedan signed the " Writers and Editors War Tax Protest " pledge, vowing to refuse tax payments in protest against the Vietnam War.

Friedan is credited for starting the contemporary feminist movement and writing a book that is one of the cornerstones of American feminism.

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