Significant Reform Movements In The 1900's

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ome significant reform movements that impacted society were Labor reform and women's rights. In the 1900’s, particularly 1910 women were not respected and seen as second-class citizens. Woman were brought up as children to learn to serve others and focus on the men before there own. They were expected to be full time wives and mothers, and not having an option on how to live. Susan B. Anthony, Alice Paul, Lucy Stone, and Ida B. Wells are some of the woman who started reforms for woman suffrage. They basically protested against men and the american government so they have the rights to vote and be able to choose how they live rather than being forced to serve their men. Labor reform happened because of child labor happening during the industrial

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