Oppression Of Women In The 1920's

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Being a woman is a task in its own; it takes more than having a female sex, and being able to reproduce. A woman is not just someone with a sway in her hips, grace in her walk, and having a rich voice. She is a conqueror, able to endure hardships, is not easily broken, patriotic, but most of all she is a protector. Even with all of these qualities women are looked down upon, and have to fight for things that should be giving to them. A woman 's heart is with her children even though she doesn 't have the right to them. She cooks, cleans, and washes knowing that her name is not to be on any of those accessories or property. Meaningful freedom is what allowed women in the 1920 's to realize that their rights were worth fighting for. During
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