The Problem that Has No Name by Betty Friedan

In this book, Friedan argues that post war America gave birth to the “feminine mystique.” This mystique problem that has no name is the problem of the woman who returned home, took care of the house and children, but was still frustrated for not being able to fulfill herself.

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