women’s rights

Until the early 1900s women didn’t even have the right to vote orexpress their views openly in public.  On August 26, 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution became law, and women could vote in the fall elections, including in the Presidential election. Women were once deemed to be the caretakers of the household while men were out doing most of the manual labor in order to bring home the bacon. Cooking, cleaning, child rearing, and other household chores were under the primary jurisdiction of females. Women were once considered to be second-class to men in many aspects, especially in the workplace

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