“Anger Boiled Up, and Betty Friedan Was There”: “Feminine Mystique” at 50

At The Atlantic, Hope Reese interviews author and columnist Gail Collins, who wrote the introduction to the 50th anniversary edition of The Feminine Mystique. Collins looks back on the strides women have made, the problems that remain, and her personal experiences as a second-wave feminist. “The great story of my generation is that everything changed. It was amazing,” Collins said. “It created this platform that exists for this generation that they can leap off of and do whatever.”

Read at The Atlantic

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