You will prepare and submit a term paper on The History of the Woman’s Liberation Movement. Your paper should be a minimum of 2250 words in length.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on The History of the Woman’s Liberation Movement. Your paper should be a minimum of 2250 words in length. The concept of feminism was one of ridicule and scorn as well as being against the tenets of Christianity. The efforts of many women such as Betty Friedan, Ruth Rosen, and Gloria Steinum during the 1960’ revived the women’s movement and laid the groundwork for changes in both the law and public perception of feminism for all time. Though cast under one umbrella term, the women’s liberation movement consisted of two groups of women, essentially divided by age and two differing viewpoints on feminist thought, liberal and radical.

The noteworthy accomplishment for the ‘modern’ women’s liberation movement of the 1960s was attaching a label to very private concerns such as sexual harassment, date rape, workplace discrimination, and domestic violence and forcing these issues into a public debate thereby initiating changes in laws and social attitudes. The first of these changes came in 1961 when President John F. Kennedy established the Commission on the Status of Women. Outspoken feminist Betty Friedan was named to this commission and in 1966 formed the National Organization for Women (NOW) which became the first new feminist association in nearly half a century. NOW was he first but not the only beginnings of the organized manifestation of the women’s movement. “The (women’s) movement actually has two origins, from two different strata’s of society, with two different styles, orientations, values, and forms of organization” (Freeman, 1971) These groups were considered separate in motive and structure throughout the 1960s then in 1970, these multiple groups assigned by two uncommon origins and composition merged in the minds of many under the common phraseology of the women’s lib movement.

The first group consisted of NOW, the Federally Employed Women, the Professional Women’s Caucus and the self-described ‘right-wing’ of the women’s movement, the Women’s Equity&nbsp.Action League were made up of an older demographic than the other groups which emerged during the mid-to-late 1960s.&nbsp.&nbsp.

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