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____ 143. Chicago’s Hull House was designed to assist: a. abused wives b. alcoholics and drug addicts c. slum dwellers d. unwed mothers e. orphaned children
____ 144. Settlement house workers, insofar as they were paid, made up:
____ 145. All of the following advocated for women’s suffrage EXCEPT:
____ 146. In 1869, the women’s movement split on the issue of:
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____ 147. Which of the following statements best describes the status of women’s suffrage at the turn of the century? a. Women could vote in a few northeastern cities, but no state had adopted women’s suffrage. b. Several states, all in the West, had adopted women’s suffrage. c. Women could generally vote in presidential and other national elections, but not in local or state elections. d. Women’s suffrage was confined to the South. e. Women could vote in any state that had approved the nineteenth amendment.
____ 148. The first states to adopt women’s suffrage were:
____ 149. The National Consumers League:

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