[ fri-dan ]
/ frɪˈdæn /
Betty (Naomi Gold·stein) [gohld-steen] /ˈgoʊld stin/, 1921–2006, U.S. women's-rights leader and writer.
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Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm and others started the National Organization for Women and Ms. Magazine.
Bookforum called it “a book of rigor and undeceiving, one worthy of Friedan's tradition.”
British Dictionary definitions for friedan
/ (ˈfriːdən) /
Betty . 1921–2006, US feminist, founder and first president (1966–70) of the National Organization for Women. Her books include The Feminine Mystique (1963), The Second Stage (1982), and The Fountain of Life (1993)
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