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History

 

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Nora L

 

Date added:

July 17, 2013

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Women's struggle for equality was and is a long and hard battle. Though suffrage was gained in 1920, the struggle for equality continues into the present time. The women who embarked on this crusade in the mid-1800s were courageous, defying most respectable standards of their time to stand up for what they believed...
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The ideal woman was submissive; her job was to be a meek, obedient, loving wife who was totally subservient to the men around her. Between 1750 and 1850, women's roles in America changed somewhat. In an agrarian society, it was necessary for both husband and wife to put in a full day's labor, for the success of the farm depended on them both...
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