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Running head: WOMEN RIGHT’S, SACRIFICES AND INDEPENDENCE (1865-Present) 1 Women Right’s, Sacrifices and Independence (1865-Present) Bethe Hannah His 204: American History Since 1865 Instructor: Fred Heppding November 28, 2011
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Women Right’s, Sacrifices and Independence (1865-Present) 2 Abstract During the course of history women in general have had less permissible rights and career opportunities than men. Wifehood and parenthood were considered as women's most important jobs. In the 20th era, however, women in some countries won the right to vote and improved their educational and job opportunities. Conceivably most significant, they fought for and to an enormous step accomplished a reconsideration of customary visions of their role in society. This value has drenched the social structure of societies throughout the world. Even in today’s times women are still struggling for rights that men take for granted. The struggle of women rights was even more problematic for women of color because not only did they have to deal with issues of sexism, they also had to deal with discrimination.
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