The Persecution Of The Women's Rights Movement

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Women have not always been as respected in society as they are now. In early America, women were banned from participating in most parts of society and their lives were mainly controlled by their fathers and husbands. While the women’s rights movement can be tracked as far back as 1850 is wasn’t until the early 1960s that the movement focused primarily on social inequality. (“Women’s Rights”, March 25 2013) This movement, also known as the Women’s Liberation Movement “aimed to dismantle traditional attitudes towards sexuality, family and reproductive rights, while also raising awareness of sexual harassment and violence. It also fought to end discrimination against women in the workplace and other sectors of American society.” (“Women’s Rights”,

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