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My thesis relates to the theme exploration because women began to explore ideas they were not accustomed to. In others words, women were expected to do and act a certain way. Once women encountered that, they bravely stepped up to the plate to make a change. For instance, women created unions to ship supplies, food, and things of that matter to help support the war and even participated by disguising themselves as soldiers. Women did not want to wait for men and see destruction among their homes, whereas they can help their coutry in it's time for need. Eventually, society exchanged ideas by thinking about how women's actions positively affected the war. Which in turn, inspired many people to question a women's place in society.

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