Within the united states prior to 1920 for example

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Within the United States prior to 1920, for example, only less urbanized states had granted women suffrage. Similarly, less urbanized countries (35) such as Cambodia and Ghana had voting rights for women long before 16
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Switzerland did. It is true that Switzer- land’s urbanized cantons (political subdivisions) generally enacted (40) women’s suffrage legislation earlier than did rural cantons. However, these cantons often shared other characteristics—similar linguistic back- grounds and strong leftist parties—that may help to explain this phenomenon. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q5: The passage states which of the following about Switzerland’s urbanized cantons? A. These cantons shared characteristics other than urbanization that may have contributed to their implementation of women’s suffrage. B. These cantons tended to be more politically divided than were rural cantons. C. These cantons shared with certain rural cantons characteristics such as similar linguistic backgrounds and strong leftist parties. D. The populations of these cantons shared similar views because urbanization furthered the diffusion of ideas among them. E. These cantons were comparable to the most highly urbanized states in the United States in their stance toward the implementation of women’s suffrage. Answer: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q6: The primary purpose of the passage is to -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Q7: The passage suggests which of the following about urbanization in Switzerland and the United States by 1920? 17
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