What is feminism? What should a woman's life goals be? These fundamental questions drove America's two most influential feminists of the 1960s and 1970s to fight established thinking -- and each other. THE FIGHT spotlights the battles that convulsed modern feminism, both outside the movement and within it. Based on dozens of interviews and vast amounts of research, it is inspired by the actual events. Bringing to light previously untold and deeply personal stories along with buried scandals from these pivotal years of the Second Wave, the play addresses vital issues from that era and today. Grad student and single mother Caitlin Schultz interviews a great veteran of the women's movement who was tossed aside. She then visits the glamorous magazine editor who guides the wing of the movement that displaced her. These two leaders gradually reveal to Caitlin what motivated their respective beliefs and why they came into conflict.