More than five weeks later, America remains deeply shaken by the events of September 11th, no more so than in New York. Correspondent Betty Rollin spoke with four religious New Yorkers of different faiths to see how they were affected.
NBC's Betty Rollin sits down with Betty Friedan to talk about her 1963 book, "The Feminine Mystique," and its revolutionary impact on American women.
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A look at some of the new criticism of religion. Recently two of the best-selling books regarding religion have been written by atheists: biologist Richard Dawkins and neuroscientist Sam Harris. Betty Rollin reports on them and other outspoken atheists, including actress Julia Sweeney and her off-Broadway performance, Letting Go of God.
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A contemporary New York comedy about Isabella "Izzy" Grossman, a single independent woman who is caught in a romantic quandary when her grandmother hires a Jewish matchmaker to find her a husband.
A contemporary New York comedy about Isabella, a single independent woman who is caught in a romantic quandary when her grandmother hires a Jewish matchmaker to find her a husband.
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