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|Chapter 1||The first chapter probes a common malaise among American women, including both those who enjoy middle-class comforts and... Read More|
|Chapter 2||To a large extent, popular culture formulates the accepted sense of femininity. Herself a contributor to women's magazin... Read More|
|Chapter 3||This chapter begins with a personal anecdote—a life-changing moment in which Betty Friedan acknowledges that at age 21, ... Read More|
|Chapter 4||Maintaining the continuity of her argument, Betty Friedan returns to the last sentence of the preceding chapter: "I thin... Read More|
|Chapter 5||Betty Friedan notes the antifeminist position has taken on the authority of Freudian discourse, albeit a popular version... Read More|
|Chapter 6||Betty Friedan discusses the development of the social sciences in America (particularly psychology, anthropology, and so... Read More|
|Chapter 7||In the years following World War II, more American women were attending college than ever before, but two out of three d... Read More|
|Chapter 8||Culture does not cast a magic spell. Historical circumstances help explain the society's general readiness for the femin... Read More|
|Chapter 9||While by the 1960s most women have access to opportunities for fulfillment outside of the home, the question remains: wh... Read More|
|Chapter 10||This chapter disputes a fundamental notion of the mystique—the role for women in the home is equal to the role of men in... Read More|
|Chapter 11||A damaging effect of the mystique, the American woman's sexuality has become, to her, "the only important thing in life,... Read More|
|Chapter 12||Clinicians, social scientists, and analysts are concerned by the passivity, boredom, and softness in American children. ... Read More|
|Chapter 13||The goal of the "psychologically healthy man" is normality: happy, self-accepting, without guilt, and most of all, auton... Read More|
|Chapter 14||In order to break the hold of the mystique, each woman must ask herself, "What do I want to do?" The steps toward a life... Read More|