10 women who deserve to be on the $10 bill: a handy list for future debates

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Published in The Guardian by Ellen Brait on September 17, 2015

Ellen Brait writes for The Guardian: “5. Betty Friedan

Remembered as a pioneer of women’s rights and feminism, Friedan released her book The Feminine Mystique in 1963. It explored the idea of women finding personal fulfilment outside their traditional roles. In 1966 she co-founded the National Organization for Women. After stepping down as president in 1970, she organized the Women’s Strike for Equality, drawing more than 50,000 women and men.”