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Laurel Thatcher Ulrich claims, “Well-behaved women seldom make history.” By this she means that being ordinary is “well-behaved,” and being obedient does not make changes to anything, but it does pass on tradition of how to behave. Therefore, creating chaos politically draws attention to make it in history. To make a legacy, you must be uniquely different and brave to stand up against the set rules. Women such as Jeannette Rankin is one of that stubborn and demanding person in history. Jeannette Rankin is such an inspiration for women, gives women hope that they can be anything they set their heart to. Jeanette was a suffragist, pacifist, and the first congresswoman. I believe that her education played a significant role in her success. People

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