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Steinem is a renowned feminist leader. She worked as a journalist and fought to give women equal representation in the media and workforce. Like all hippies, she also protested the Vietnam War by not paying her taxes.
Steinem co-founded Ms. magazine in 1971, which earned her national acclaim as a fundamental feminist icon. She also published "After Black Power, Women's LIberation" the same year as the Woodstock Festival. She was making waves for her cause across all boards.