Betty Friedan, co-founder of the National Organization of Women and author of The Feminine Mystique, addresses questions from Third World women of the press on such issues as the family's future, how American women handle family as well as a career, and how Third World women's problems contrast with those of women from more developed countries. Recorded at the United Nations' International Women's Year conference in Mexico City, June 1975. Produced by Barbara Cady for Pacifica Radio.
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