Susan B. Anthony And Stanton Challenge The Double Standards Of Women In The 1920s

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Tracing back to the olden era, men were always viewed as superior beings and high ranking compared to women. Women were the shadow of men and they were only appreciated as a maternal figure. Society seems to have an influence over how a women should act or be treated. However, this all changed when Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth C. Stanton challenged the double standards for women. These two well known feminist were committed into gaining the women rights to vote. During the 1920s, women were not given the opportunity to participate in political matters. As a result, Anthony, Stanton, along with other women created the Women’s Suffrage Movement in order to bring attention to the unequal voting rights not granted. As a result, the suffrage
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