Feminism in the 20th Century

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American History

 

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Deborah C

 

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February 25, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Wilson's Fourteen Points recognized self determination as a vital component of society, and the hypocrisy of denying half the population of modern nations the vote became difficult for men to ignore. Individual States continued to grant the vote one by one, and the nineteenth amendment was passed in 1919, and ratified in 1920...
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Individual States continued to grant the vote one by one, and the nineteenth amendment was passed in 1919, and ratified in 1920. The term "Women's Liberation" is a phrase coined in the 20th century when looking at the history of women's fight for equality. The phrase "Women's Liberation" was first used in 1964, appeared in print in 1966, and was in use at the 1967 American Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) convention...
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