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men the character to exercise tyranny, selfishness,pride, arrogance, lust, and brutal violence.It hasrobbed women of essential rights, the right to thinkand speak and act on all great moral questions, theright to share responsibilities, dangers andtoils...Women instead of being regarded as equal to theman, has uniformly been looked down upon as hisinferior, a mere gift to fill up his happiness…Vocabulary:According to Angelina Grimke, because people thinkthat different genders have different duties, what hashappened to the role of men and women?According to Angelina Grimke, why is it good thatabolition has been discussed? What does she think willhappen as a result of this discussion?
Doctrine - belief or set of beliefsMasculine - qualities associated with males - qualities suchas strength, aggressivenessFeminine - qualities associated with females - qualities suchas delicacy and prettinessSternness - having a stern (serious, unsmiling) qualityImmense - extremely largeEmancipation - fact or process of being set free from legalrestrictionsEarly Women’s Rights MovementAnalysisWrittenTaskWhat were the arguments for and against women participating in theabolitionistmovement? How did the abolitionist movement lead to the early women’s rightsmovement?Directions:Using information from the primary source above, the documents on the next page, as well as your knowledge of Americanhistory, respond to the following writing task:In one paragraph:Explainwhat has happened to the percentage of women in federal government since 1965 - is the trendgrowing up or shrinking?Describehow Angelina Grimke AND Catharine Beecher would feel about this trend.describemeans “to illustrate something in words or tell about it”explainmeans “to make plain or understandable; to give reasons for or causes of; to show the logical developmentor relationships of”
the percentage of women increased though out the year of 1965. More women were more active in the congress in 1965 topresent.
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