Elisabeth Moss told New York magazine's Vulture that career women in the '60s weren't trying to change the world but simply trying to improve their lives. She said:
"These women weren’t trying to change everyone's lives; they just wanted to get their chance to do their job, and in that way she's the ultimate feminist."
The definition of feminism is subjective and always changing, but were women like Peggy the ultimate feminists or just the first(ish)?
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