Comparing The Children's Era And Professions For Women

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The authors Margaret Sanders, The Children's Era, Virginia Woolf, Professions For Women and Booker T. Washington, The Atlanta Exposition Address address their main issues with society and state multiple ways on how we can fix and make social life preferable. Many people find it hard to get to the things they want to achieve, but to be successful one must have the ability of an individual to meet his/her true potential. Margaret Sanger’s prompt The Children’s Era describes poverty and lack of access to birth control along with a lack of money to support lots of children. To meet their true potential she believes that people who are completely healthy should be the only parents raising a child. She states, “We want to free women from enslaved and unwilling motherhood. We are fighting for the emancipation of the mothers of the world, of the children of the world, and the children to be”. Her concerns about parents being able to support their children are valid because she’s trying to show how unfit parents will stop progression and improvement of children. Professions For Women by Virginia Woolf states how women have to work to prove themselves worthy and to be respected in a professional way. For an individual to meet their …show more content…

Washington show's that in finding your true potential we must work in being successful in any field works so we can have a better economy in the South. With Washington’s people, we can give them a hand to change the North and the South economy. “Casting down your bucket among my people, helping and encouraging them as you are doing on these grounds, and to education of head, hand, and heart, you will find that they will buy your surplus land, make blossom, the waste place in your fields, and run your factories”. Washington’s speech is effective because he states that there can be equal job opportunities for business owners from the South. He hopes that the whites would give blacks a chance at

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