Please choose one of the options below. Remember that this is worth 12% of your final grade. Your initial post should be at least 500 words and a paragraph format works best to be sure that you fully develop your points. If you prefer to submit a movie it should be about 3 minutes. Do not forget to comment constructively on classmates and I will give extra credit if you respond to one of the responses to your initial post. I am looking for specific references to at least two documents in the primary sources (Chapter 10) supplemented by at least ONE piece of outside research. Be sure to document your sources. You must use the collection called Television Prescriptions for Women for option 1 OR Women in the Civil Rights Movement for option 2. You may work in pairs BUT YOU MUST POST YOUR OWN COMMENTS ON CLASSMATES FOR FULL CREDIT. Option 1: Betty Friedan’s best selling 1964 book The Feminine Mystique identifies and then names “the problem that has no name.” With specific reference to the primary sources and interviews in the documentary 1964 discuss how television prescriptions for women helped shape and/or challenge “the problem that has no name."