What happens if your research of women who are unhappy with tag of housewives doesn’t get published in a magazine? Well, you widen the scope and create a book. That’s precisely what Betty Friedan did, that sparked what many termed as ‘second-wave feminism’ in the United States. The Feminine Mystique, the 1963 book was inspired by the survey results she gathered from her classmates for their 15th anniversary reunion.
Image – The Daily Beast