Betty Friedan's 'The Problem That Has No Name'

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“The Problem that Has No Name” 1) Betty Friedan claims that women in the 1950’s and 1960’swere becoming increasingly unhappy because life started to become boring, draining, and repetitive for the 1950 or 1960 housewife as they never really had anything to look forward to in this stage of their life. Friedan explains that these housewives felt like their entire goal in life was to get married, have children, do chores, and cook for your family rather than continue with a career or having more to look forward to on their daily routine. This generations house wives were beginning to realize how much more was out their besides what they were doing on a daily basis as far as looking after their family and that most of these housewives always

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