We have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought.” (Golshan, 2016). Mrs. Clinton uses the canon of rhetoric invetio to proclaim that she was fighting for an inclusive America; an America that would be best lead by a women president. This is a completely new idea in our country and she was at the forefront of it. The rhetoric that Mrs. Clinton used was very effective, and even through all of her scandals, she convinced millions of Americans and even had the popular vote.
Susan was its second president and first vice president. Susan continued to fight for the the right vote until she died on March 13, 1906. One reason women look up to her is because she was fined $100 for casting an illegal ballot. She was seething about this, so she went on a speaking spree and gave her incredibly famous speech. She never paid the
In the period between 1900 and 1920, the federal government and reformers were very successful in bringing social, economic, and political reform to the federal government. While not every aspect of it was successful, the rights of women, fighting against child labor and limiting the control of trusts and monopolies were three distinct successes of that time. Even before the progressive era, women challenged their place and articulated new visions of social, political and economic equality. The progressive era was a turning point for women as organizations evolved fighting for equal rights. Woman began to become very involved in a variety of reform movements.
Did you know, two of the highest IQ’s ever recorded are both belong to women? A woman's reputation of being influential and knowledgeable has always been undermined. Frances Perkins set the standard in the early 1900s that a woman can be more influential and knowledgeable than a man. Without Perkins, America would not be the same beloved country we know today. Frances Perkins came from an unfortunate childhood and had to motivate herself in everything she did.
During Progressive Era, there were many reforms that occurred, such as Child Labor Reform or Pure Food and Drug Act. Women Suffrage Movement was the last remarkable reform, and it was fighting about the right of women to vote, which was basically about women’s right movement. Many great leaders – Elizabeth Cad Stanton and Susan B. Anthony - formed the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA). Although those influential leaders faced hardship during this movement, they never gave up and kept trying their best. This movement was occurred in New York that has a huge impact on the whole United States.
In the decade of the 1920s, there was enormous social and economic change. In this change, great numbers of women went to work and earned their own income. With income comes taxation and in United States of America as James Otis U.S. politician once said, “Taxation without representation is tyranny” (Ratcliffe, 2014). Therefore, what followed was the right of women to vote; with this, the voice of women where now represented in public office changing forever the political life of the nation. This new independence marked a big step to social equality.
(Hirschman, Charles, and Elizabeth Mogford) Immigration was often seen as a threat to native culture, but there are many people who proved otherwise. For example, Madeleine Albright, an immigrant from Czechoslovakia, left her native country and moved to the United States. Albright’s education in the U.S helped her gain important experience. After being the American ambassador to the United Nations and other experiences, she was appointed the first female secretary of state. During her entire political career, she accomplished many things such as: promoting human rights and democracy worldwide, the halt of nuclear weapons, and much more.
There were multiple social changes after the revolution, from ending the slavery to women’s rights. Although ending slavery and women’s right didn’t happen after hundreds of years after revolution, there were some changes were felt immediately. For example, more people of moderate social class were able to be more directly involved in the government. According to the tables shown in the document made by William and Mary Quaterly, the increase in amount representatives of state legislatures of moderate social class have more than tripled. This shows that there’s a democratization, more people were getting
It goes back to when Egypt started to have more importance for women and give them more chances than before. The position of the Egyptian women in 19th century was explained as it was the beginning of the feminist rules in the society. One of the cases was discussed by Qasim Amin where he explained that women are the source of their decline and the cause of their ruin. The power of women came to the realization that if Egypt needed to transform its economics and politics, then it requires a transformation of the household. Nowadays, we have more and more famous successful women working in very important fields, for example, a female woman is now a minister in Egypt in addition to aaa other different majors that we can clearly see a woman working there.
Inc, 2015) The key event and actions that Muriel Matters was involved in was tirelessly campaigning for women’s voting rights in the English counties for many years. However, she was mostly known for chaining herself to the grille in 1908. “As this was a symbol of oppression of women in a male dominate society, and was her firm conviction was that the grille should be removed.” (Muriel Matters Society.
From Statistics provided by the Department of Commerce from the years of 1949 to 1959, a steady increase is seen in the GNP, which shows the nation’s overall wealth (Document G). These numbers suggest the economy booming soon after the war, meaning that even during the recession of 1953 people had money enough and steady jobs to support their lifestyles. This was done during Eisenhower’s Administration, and the statistics show that the tactics he chose to increase the GNP worked, as it went up almost $500 in 10 years. Though the GNP went up, the government also spent much more money than previously, even on things such as the Interstate and Highway System. This system was put in place as a defense mechanism in June 1956, and was widely recognized across the nation as a grand idea to pull the nation back together.
2016 Clinton beat Trump 49% to 48% in Monroe County showing a variance from the rest of Pennsylvania which overall leaned toward Trump. In these years 2000, 2010 and 2016 we see the growing Democratic trend from the influx of New York City liberals. Conclusion Between these two counties we can draw some interesting comparisons and contrasts.
They were certainly earning and spending more than ever before on the surface. Expenditures on non necessities such as on automobiles, watches, and fashion clothing increased exponentially during the decade. However, the increase in charitable givings of Americans saw a 58%, second to only to the amount increase in automobile expenditures. Charitable giving increased from seventy-seven billion to one hundred twenty billion in a mere nine years, after only increasing forty billion in twenty-five years.