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Betty Friedan

1921 - Betty Friedan born in Peoria, Illinois. Attended Smith College. Did graduate work at UC Berkeley. 

1963 - She conducted a survey of her former Smith classmates’ attitudes and accomplishments 15 years after their graduation. Her survey and interviews became the basis for The Feminine Mystique. 3 million copies sold in 3 years.

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