Betty Friedan has been and remains a bridge between conservative and radical elements in feminism, and an ardent advocate of harmony and human values. -- Marilyn French Esquire It Changed My Life is a series of essays amounting to a thoughtful first-person history of the nascent feminist movement in the 1950s and '60s...[It is] perfect for mothers to give to daughters who 'don't get' feminism. -- H. J. Kirchhoff Globe and Mail [Toronto]
About the Author
Betty Friedan was a founder and first president of the National Organization for Women, and convener of the National Women's Political Caucus and the National Abortion Rights Action League. She is author of The Feminine Mystique, The Second Stage, and The Fountain of Age. She is currently Distinguished Visiting Professor at Cornell.