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In conclusion, women truly did have it worse than men, but there have been women that were able to fix some of those problems. Even though some people like men thought what they were doing was wrong but to them everything they were doing was right in their eyes. After reviewing the women equality in voting, the workplace, and sexual harassment, I feel confident that if new problems arrive, women will continue to strive for their equality in the world and make changes. Even though some things have changed to make things better, women still want to make sure that they are being treated fairly.
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