BETTY FRIEDAN: Today, my daughter said to me this summer, "I'm not a feminist. I'm a person." And I said, "Well, good." But then I thought about it, and I felt some pain and I felt some worry. And in these 16 cities, I've been talking to daughters like that in the law schools getting the MBAs, in the medical school, that's where my daughter is. And I said, "Look, you're here because of your exceptional ability. You think you're here because of the largess of IBM, or of the medical school. You are here because we fought 15 years for equality. And now it's time for you to pay your dues. Pay your dues!"