The right to vote would encourage women to continue

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part in societal decisions. The right to vote would encourage women to continue working to benefit their families and for others.III.Body 2: Start of movementTopic Sentence:In attempting to change the social imbalances that existed in the society, women started to consider their own particular social disparity inside the legislature; consequently, a women’s movement started working towards the social and political progression of ladies in society, in particular striving for the right to vote.Evidence:The Seneca Falls Convention in New York brought together 300 women to “specify the ways in which American society degraded women and how number laws and
social conventions hindered them in their ability to protect their homes and families” (Newman).Analysis:The Seneca Falls Convention brought about the Declaration of Sentiments which was a list of grievances that requested economic and social equality for women and demanded the right to vote. The convention is claimed to be the “birthplace of the women’s

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