Negative Attitudes During The Women's Suffrage Movement

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Women had to endure many negative attitudes towards them during the Women’s Suffrage Movement. For example, men thought that women should take care of the children. One man who thought this was Senator Leighton. He was always expecting his wife Emily Leighton to watch the children all day, everyday without a break for herself. They thought that the women were their little slaves while they went off to have a great day with their acquaintances. Men also assumed women were not smart enough to work in government. Men brainwashed women into thinking that they were not eligible (smart enough) to work in government. They feared that women politicians would make make a bias vote against all the men to vote them out. They feared that women’s votes
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