Women's Rights During The 1920s

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Women's rights during the 1920's progressed in a cultural and economical way. In the this time period 25% of women were unemployed. Women had office jobs and jobs as telephone operators. There wasn't anymore bias towards women who were married with families or black women. There was over 8 million women working, both white and black. Immigrant women as well. Women worked a lot of urban public places as well. The Equal Right's Amendment ( ERA ) was created to eradicate all legal contrast " on the account of sex ". The ERA had also achieved political equality and gave women the power to vote. Women's personal freedom had also came about. They started to dress with a sexual look. Such as short skirts, smoking,etc..

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