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Jane Addams believes that women’s voting rights will help them to maintain their household duties by participating in things that would affect their domesticity. The traditionalsocial opinion on women at early 20thcentury limited women’s duty in domesticities. Addamsstates that women can improve their children’s education, the houses’ sanitation, keep children safe, keep the community clean and healthy, and improve working condition by having the right to vote.Jane Addams may have different approach to women’s voting right than Alice Paul. Paul organized protests for women voting restrictions. Other suffragettes like Margaret Sanger advocated for women’s reproductive rights. Other also advocated more aggressively than Addams because they challenged the paternalism.Jane Addams’ target audiences were men in that time who could decide whether women

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