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Betty Friedan • 15 Items / 6 Books, 7 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Film
The Second Stage (1981)
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Published Reviews
  1. Book Reviews
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    Special Correspondence (Review)
    The Second Stage, by Betty Friedan
    1. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    The American Spectator, February 1982, pp. 30-31
  2. Books
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    All the World's a Stage (Review)
    The Second Stage, by Betty Friedan
    1. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    Commonweal, December 18, 1981, pp. 726-727
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    What Women Want in the 1980s... (Review)
    The Second Stage, by Betty Friedan
    1. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    The New Republic, January 20, 1982, pp. 32-33
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    A New Feminist Manifesto (Review)
    The Second Stage, by Betty Friedan
    1. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    The Saturday Review, October 1981, pp. 66-69
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    Editorial/The Worst Book of the Year (2 Reviews)
    The Hotel New Hampshire, by John Irving
    1. The Hotel New Hampshire by John Irving
    2. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    The American Spectator, February 1982, p. 4
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    When Do Parents Grow Up? (4 Reviews)
    The Death of Innocence, by Sam Janus
    1. The Death of Innocence by Sam Janus
    2. The Hurried Child by David Elkind
    3. What's Happening to the American Family? by Sar A. Levitan and Richard S. Belous
    4. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    The Public Interest, Summer 1982, pp. 115-120
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    Bad Times, Better Ways? (5 Reviews)
    Britain Against Itself, by Samuel H. Beer
    1. Britain Against Itself by Samuel H. Beer
    2. The Irrelevance of Conventional Economics by Thomas Balogh
    3. Meaning and Action by Peter Marris
    4. The Rise and Decline of Nations by Mancur Olson
    5. The Second Stage by Betty Friedan
    Encounter, March 1983, pp. 79-84