the femenist movement

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The feminist movement was one of the most important social movements of the 19th and 20th centuries. Feminist issues range from access to employment, education, child-care, contraception, and abortion, to equality in the workplace, changing family roles, redress for sexual harassment in the workplace, and the need for equal political representation. This movement was partially successful in the United States. Although Women's suffrage was not achieved until 1920, which was the end of WWI, other rights …

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…of activists a solid base on which to build the future. In conclusion the women of our past did a lot for the women today. Without theses brave women who stood up and took a stand, we would not have any rights. So we owe a great deal of respect to these women. With the help of the women who risked their lives we now have equal rights in education employment opportunities, and voting rights.