women's rights

women's rights
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  • Women of the 19th century had no voting rights and had to stay home.
  • I am not allowed to do anything but cook, clean and take care of my children.
  • Women could work in factories and other places, but were still paid less than their husbands.
  • I now have the ability to work in factories along with my children. I make less money than my husband.
  • One of my main jobs is sewing besides taking care of my children.
  • Women had many responsibilities that took up most of their time.
  • The Seneca Falls Convention detailed the grievances women of the 19th century had about the Declaration of Independence.
  • We deserve voting rights. Our opinions should be heard because we are equal. All men and women are created equal.
  • In the 1900s, women organized parades that promoted women's suffrage and the right to vote. In 1919, women achieved the right to vote.
  • President Wilson says: "This is the time to support women's suffrage."
  • Today, women have the right to vote, and have achieved many other great things. Women of today have not experienced many of the limits of women of the past, but still continue to fight for equality.
  • Hello, I am the CEO of a very large company.
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