Womens Liberation

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DO NOT USE AT ASMS The Women’s Liberation When the Women’s Suffrage Movement was deemed a success in the early 1920s, women lowered their voices, apparently satisfied with their accomplishment. They did not dare to acknowledge the remaining gender-related inequalities, much less vie for their decline (“Early 20th Century”). For over a century, women had fought for the most basic of rights. They fought not only the plebeian society, but also many of …

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…the nation to reflect on its flaws. For a long time matters of importance had been overlooked and left alone or taken for granted. These new movements forced the nation to look at these issues, such as Civil Rights, and fix things that had long needed mending. Women followed this nation-wide trend of reflection. Even in the South an undercurrent of women came to the realization that they were no longer content with their inferior