La Belle Époque was the time period in between the late 19th century and early 20th century where the standard of living increased as well as the demands for leisure culture/entertainment. Women also began to be treated better more specifically in the workforce which led to more women having jobs, which meant they would be able to support themselves. This leads to women also wanting better/equal working conditions and fairer laws. With all this power coming to the women it is obvious that they would also want to be able to vote.
Some women are intelligent to do what is considered only men can do. Besides receiving the equal education, some women also become the representatives of the government and present their words to against with other representatives. They have the right to participate in the decision of a state. Moreover, In South Korea and Taiwan, the president is women. We can see that the change of women social status through these 200
Wollstonecraft declared that both women and men were human beings gifted with absolute rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Wollstonecraft`s called for women to become educated and She insisted that women should be free to enter business, pursue professional careers, and vote if they wished. “Wollstonecraft`s speak for the improvement and emancipation of the whole sex,” Wollstonecraft`s declared that “Let woman share their own rights, so that women will follow the virtues of man; for women will grows more perfect when they are emancipated. . .
In addition, Eleanor influenced women in the social aspect as well. She played an active role in conflicting social issues and encouraged people to fight for what they believed in. Women 's role in everyday life quickly changed, as Eleanor started to stand out as a role model not only for women, but men as well. Not only was she a role
Some of the adjustments made during this time included women holding a higher social status, attending Ivy League colleges, defending a client in court, and holding high-ranked political offices. The bringing about of these new changes not only helped the feminist group progress but helped encourage other innovated groups to progress as well. Today their example has helped shape feminist groups that are still pushing for more of an equal status to men. Although not easy, women were able to overcome many unique challenges during this era and therefore made it possible for women to gain equal rights reshaping our country to what it is
Men and women can both vote on whoever they want to. This was all possible because of equality. The world thought that it would be better if men and women had the same opportunities in anything they wanted to do. They now changed the voting age to 18. They changed this because they wanted younger people to have the opportunity to make there own decisions on their own.
Alice Paul’s actions had brought women the right to vote. I believe if you work hard and believe you can do it (like Alice Paul) you can do anything. If Alice Paul and many other women gave up women may not have had the vote. That is how women got all American women the right to vote because of Alice Paul not giving up, and all the other women
This work is intended to influence the women in society and inspire them to expand themselves as she did, and the men who hold traditionalist views that depict women at a lower standard (POV). In document 11, Chatelet demonstrates the effort that women are capable of devoting in the name of reason, she states “ Do not reproach me for my work on translating Newton’s Principia. Never have I made a greater sacrifice to Reason.”(Doc 11). She shows that if the time and devotion is placed into to doing something, then outstanding work can be
Based on the selections by Epstein and O 'Beirne, for the next elected president to be a woman, what would you recommend for a feminist platform that would have the greatest chance of success with American voters? Barbara Epstein’s viewpoint is that the feminist movement has been successful and has benefited society by the advances in opportunities compared to 30 years ago because of the women’s movements. In addition, “issues such as childcare, violence against women, and reproductive rights have been placed on the public agenda as legitimate issues compared to the political agenda of the 1950s through the 1960s” (Finsterbusch, 2013, p.144).
Reflection #3 word count: All through history, our society has had problems with accepting the idea that women deserve the same right that men have. For example, during the 1800’s men believe that women were not strong enough to be someone in the real world; to now with men believing that a women is not capable of being someone powerful in the real world. It has taken almost 2,000 years to let women be treated as an actually human and not a poverty or an object. , to start seeing girl power and what they are able to become.
If we want to get something great it will take a lot of effort. This is exactly what women did to help get their goal on August 18, 1920. Although many thought they would not win their battle, they did. They made it possible for all women to have the ability to vote. What they accomplished, showed that through willpower and courage, anything can be achieved.
Women used many different methods to win the votes for a constitutional amendment concerning women’s suffrage. One method they used used was propaganda. The women wrote many newspaper articles about women’s suffrage. Alice Paul also wrote notes about her experience in prison to later be published. They also tried to get as much publicity as possible.