It’s been part of American culture since the sixties. On this show we look into how feminism has evolved, with author Anna David, whose new book Falling for Me is experiencing brisk sales.
We know what it was back then, but what does feminism mean for women of today? David has stirred up some feminists with her embrace of the advice of Helen Gurley Brown, who wrote Sex and the Single Girl. On this show we discuss the difficulties and opportunities opened up by the feminist movement: career and family choices, the role of sexuality, and questions surrounding the institution of marriage. A lot more questions than answers, to be sure, but still an important and stimulating discussion.

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