The ways in which Second Wave feminism left its imprint on our politics, economics, and culture over the past half century have been greatly underestimated in many quarters. I still hear people dismiss it as a “middle class” movement that was preoccupied with “individualist” preoccupations. And yet this multi-centered, many layered movement changed our society in countless ways and on so many levels in the face of stiff resistance. And not only from the right, although its opposition to women’s equality was and is fierce and sustained. In its camp now is the brazen misogynist and reckless authoritarian in the White House.