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Women In The 1920s Research Paper

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Danneka Sutton Ms. Antonaccci January 4, 2016 Women in the 1920 's Before the nineteen-twenties and still to this day some men still have the same mentality that women are only good for the kitchen and the bedroom. They were viewed as the weaker, and inferior to men, this is also how white men view slaves back in the eighteen-hundreds. The nineteen-twenties was an era of time for women to set a change to that mentality. In nineteen-twenty the nineteenth amendment was ratified which gave women the right to vote. Women have been been trying to gain their rights since the beginning of the United States. The first protest or gathering in the United States was held in July 1848, in New York ("The Women’s Rights Movement, 1848–1920"). Even
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