Feminism and Mass Suffrage(Friday March 7)

Feminism and Mass Suffrage(Friday March 7) - 3/7/2008...

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07/03/2008 12:45:00 Feminism and Mass Suffrage History i. The Kensington Society o Women in Brittan in the 19 th  century had no power, reduced to the  angel of the house, no custody over their children o Throughout the century they begin to erode those stereotypes by being  active in those same reforms.   o Women became avtive members in their reform, it was okay because it  was seen as part of their womanly charity o Women then worked on campaigns and reforms to gain direct rights for  themselves o Women could only get a degree in Zurich Switzerland o BY __ women could go to universities o Women are working as typists, educators, social workers, teachers,  civil servants, nurses. o BY the turn of the century women began to demand more rights all  over Europe, by the 1890’s they call it feminism….gaining equality for  women. o
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course HIST 1020 taught by Professor Vavara during the Spring '07 term at Colorado.

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