How Did Women's Rights Change Between 1900-1930

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In the years between 1900 to 1930, there were some detrimental events of Mexican migration, Stock Market Crash, etc. But the three decades was more beneficial than detrimental. In the 1920s, America reached their highest standard of living of all time. People were getting the job and making more money. Two biggest industry of that time were Automobile and construction. The period between 1900-1930 was beneficial in women right and economy, Americans' Civil Liberty Rights, US economic growth because of World War 1, and the Industrial Growth in the 1920s. Before 1890s women didn't have any kind of rights or any kind of freedom. However, in 1898 Charlotte Perkins Gilman wrote a book "Women and Economics". In this era, women were not allowed…show more content…
National American Women Suffrage Association did good work that was beneficial for women. Carrie Chapman Catt, a long-time campaigner for votes for women, served as president of the National American Women Suffrage Association from 1900-1904 and again from 1915-1920. National American Women Suffrage Association decides that they all need is the national campaign to change the law across the country rather than doing state wise, so they started the petition and got hundreds and thousands of signatures, and sent it to Congress. President Wilson supported women for the right to vote to support the amendment of constitution granting women right to vote, however, most in America were opposed to the first World War. Catt's strategy bore fruit when Congress in 1918 as women supported in WW1; moreover, by the end of the war all of the people were faired to agree for women to right to vote and that resulted in 19th Amendment. 19th Amendment said anyone whoever is citizen could vote including women which became part of the Constitution two years later. (127. Carrie Chapman Catt, Address to Congress on Women's Suffrage (1917) textbook Ch.19, pg.

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