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Rachel Deshaies Mr. Comtois March 12, 2019 Ch 12 #10-14 1. What was the New Woman, what did she advocate and who were some of their role models? a. The New Woman was a product of social and economic changes. By the end of the nineteenth century for women who did not work for wages, the household was not as much of an all-consuming place. Technological advances had women doing less and less chores around the house. They also did not have as many children as her grandmother before her and some educated women even shunned marriage entirely. Single women were amongst most of the prominent female reformers of the time: Jane Addams and Lillian Wald in the settlement house movement, Frances Willard in the temperance movement, and Anna Howard Shaw in the suffrage movement. 2. Who was the most militant Women's Rights Advocate? a. Alice Paul 3. Who started the NAWSA? What was the main goal of the organization? a. Anna Howard Shaw, a Boston social worker, and Carrie Chapman Catt, a journalist from Iowa started the National American Women Suffrage Association.
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