Has the Movement for Women's Equality Hit a Wall?

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Polls show more than three-fourths of Americans think the best marriage allows both mothers and fathers equal time to work and take care of the family, but in practice that's increasingly hard. What's happened since the Women's Movement began 50 years ago? Are employment practices out of sync with workers themselves? Also, with the payroll tax holiday over, are people spending less? On Reporter's Notebook, great films and actors that never won.

Banner image: National Organization for Women (NOW) founder Betty Naomi Goldstein Friedan (2nd L), 1968. Photo courtesy Smithsonian Institution