-American writer, feminist, and activist
-wrote “The Feminine Mystique”; challenges cult of domesticity-founded National Organization for Women
-1st African-American to hold a cabinet-level position; appointed by Lyndon B. Johnson-Secretary of housing and urban development
-Chairman of USSR during part of the Cold War-backed progress of the space program and Sputnik; deStalinization
-Prime Minister of Britain in 1940; appeals to FDR during WWII-discredited in the 20s
-first black student admitted to University of Mississippi
-takes over as president after Harding has a heart attack-business minded; worked 4 hours a day
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