Women's rights advocates, 1968

Women's rights advocates, 1968

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Caption: Women's rights advocates. Three women's rights advocates with an unidentified woman (far left) in 1968. From left to right, the three advocates are: Betty Naomi Goldstein Friedan (1921-2006), Barbara Ireton (1932-1998) and Marguerite Rawalt (1895-1989). Friedan was founder and president of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Ireton was NOW co-chair and a Washington DC lobbyist. Rawalt was an attorney with the Internal Revenue Service, a former president of the Federal Bar Association, and a prominent advocate for women's rights.

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