Unformatted text preview: 1870 – black men granted the right to vote susan b Anthony tried to cast a vote and was arrested 1920 – women were granted right to vote ideal of true womanhood: domesticity cult of domesticity: focus on homes, families, and communities led them to participate in efforts to end slavery and enact child labor laws these women didn’t agree with liberal feminists they thought women were more moral, nurturing etc. than men. Led them to believe that womens moral virtue would reform political world debased by men few women actually voted when they won the right to in 1920 1925- amendment to regulate child labor laws failed to be ratified, signaling the end of the first wave of women’s movements...
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- Spring '05
- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, voting rights, womens rights movement