Jewish Values: Women's Work: the Story of Betty Friedan

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Publication Year: 
2004
Number of Pages: 
144 p.
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In this dense biography of Betty Friedan, the author includes details about her family history and how her Jewish identity affected her life growing up in Peoria, Illinois. Extensive coverage of Friedan's role in founding the National Organization for Women and her numerous contributions to the Women's Movement are provided. Poorly reproduced black and white photographs are sparsely sprinkled throughout the text.
ISBN: 
1931798419
Book ID: 
784
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
No
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