Timothy Wallace Research Paper#1 The Injustices that Women Faced
Since the beginning of time women had been working hard to improve their place in society. The Equality of man has been one of the most pursued activities throughout human history. Mankind has made several mistakes during this long quest for a prejudice-free society. However, in order for humans to continue evolving in the making of ourselves as better, we must stare back at these mistakes and learn from them. Women's suffrage is a relevant event when discussing. If we look back upon the wrongs that women faced, then perhaps we can look ahead and spare ourselves from serving injustices like these to anyone again. Society has always placed a second class rank upon women. However, the issue is not nearly as severe as it always has been. During the late 19th century and the early portion of the 20th century, women were placed in an inferior position to men. Certain restrictions would not allow women to participate fully in social roles. Restrictions such as women's right to vote, their right in the workplace, and their right in politics were just a few of examples which shows the inequalities females faced during that time.
Individuals and organized groups felt that women were treated unequally and they vowed to do something about it.. Society's view on women during the early 1900's was one of inferiority. Women's
role in society was seen as less important than that of a man's. Society felt like women were not capable of making good decisions just like men were. The Proof of injustices such as women's denial of their right to vote show this to be true. The peak of this movement was recognized as an organized effort to gain equality of women. ) In 1968, 100 women protested the Miss America Beauty Pageant because it...
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