Unformatted text preview: During World War II, for instance, women were called to the workforce to produce goods and take the jobs that the men, now soldiers oversees, were once employed by. This empowerment rolls over to times of peace, as shown when women weren’t yet ready to give up their factory jobs and return to the household. Women need to stand strong no matter what external circumstances are. An uneven spectrum of female empowerment, passive females, and so on only weakens the feminist argument for gender equality. Women need to do more than just claim equality when the country can afford to make changes; we need to live and preach our goals of human and gender equality....
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- Fall '07
- World War II, Kaitlyn Herthel