Betty Friedan, fighter for women's rights

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Enslow Publishers, Aug 1, 1990 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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A biography of the author of "The feminine mystique" and founder of the National Organization for Women.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
4
Off to College at Last
21
A Real Job in the Real World
30
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Sondra Henry is a graduate of Bennington College and Columbia University School of Law, and is prac ticing attorney in Nassau County, New York.

EMILY TAITZ is an independent scholar who has authored or coauthored numerous books and essays, particularly on Jewish women and Judaism. She is the author of Judaism (Greenwood, 2005) and The Jews of Medieval France (Greenwood, 1994), among other works.