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Save Story Save this story for later. This article contains a frank discussion of Mrs. America are currently available on Hulu. The latest episode of Mrs. America centers the action between the passage of Roe v. America episode three. The fact that Friedan was so unmoored by Schlafly on that debate stage is all the more crushing to watch given the clear support she had from the audience.
Schlafly…had to contend with several audience interruptions during her talk. Should the feminists have ignored Schlafly? The real Steinem never bothered to debate Schlafly publicly. She figured out she was a threat to them and she would build her base of housewives. Betty knew this type of woman more than people like Gloria or Bella did being [as they were] from liberal bubbles—New York.
She knew these kind of woman. She knew their power of organizing. Sign up for our daily Hollywood newsletter and never miss a story.
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