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Running head: LOWELL MILLS GIRLS 1 Lowell Mills Girls Name Institution
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LOWELL MILLS GIRLS 2 Lowell Mills Girls The Lowell Mills Girls created the first union of working women in American history after they strike as a result of poor treatment in the area they were working. The women in the Mill were working a hell as the labour hours were long and the pay too little. At that time women only viewed their role n the society as only taking care of their families and farming (Archer, 2016). They therefore did not mind how they were treated by the bosses as long as they got to do something to earn a life for their families. The notion of being the lesser human beings sickened some of them and they created a union that would fight for the working rights of women. At the same time they demanded equal treatment with the men so as to ensure they were respected at their place of work. Also the working condition of companies was to be
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