The Woman's Suffrage Movement

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Secondly In most cultures, men have historically held most of the worlds resources, until relatively recently women in western cultures could not vote or hold property, making them entirely dependent on the male Gender , A group with a power of wealth advantage maintain their control over resources such as political, economical and industrial power by usually representing the majority. Conflict between the two genders caused such events such as the woman’s suffrage movement and was responsible for a degree of social change. If we look more to the modern Era,

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