Women's Liberation - Make Love, Not War
Betty Friedan speaks about the Women's Liberation Movement and how she believes it is the major, fastest growing, and radical societal movement for change in the United States. She refers to the Women's Strike for Equality that occurred on August 26, 1970 in cities across the United States.
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