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Kimbra Ussery FYE 1200 9/27/2011 Women’s rights in Bulgaria have definitely decreased throughout the years. When the country had a communist government, at least there was a form of social equality. No one had rights, but everyone was equal. Women even gained recognition for their productive activity. I am not a supporter of communism or any form of totalitarian government, but when this country experienced these political changes, women lost the protection they had. Now the main focus of women is as members of the family not members of politics. Even the focus of women’s groups has shifted from family issues to demands for economic rights. Women were basically eliminated from public employment because they were the group that would cooperate with the least amount of conflict. Bulgaria is currently attempting to shift their government to a more democratic form. This is the first time a government has actually looked at making political and economic changes for the betterment of all the people. It is likely that this new type of government will be modeled
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course FYE 1200 taught by Professor Sipe during the Fall '11 term at Georgia Southern University .

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