Very Good / Very Good. Item #6507
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1963. Third Printing. Red dust jacket with $5.95 price intact; book in gray and blue boards with spine stamped in gilt. Title page with author's name and publisher off-center.
Dust jacket is chipped with some scuffs along edges and fading to spine, as is common with this title. Faint dampstain to bottom of spine on verso of dust jacket, just barely visible on exterior. Boards are worn at extremities. Binding is sound and pages unmarked. Promotional flyer from Book Find News laid in at rear.
A sound copy of the book often credited with sparking the Second-wave feminism movement. Friedan would go on to co-found the National Organization for Women with Pauli Murray and 47 other women, and was subsequently elected its first president.