Women In 1920s
Body paragraph #1: why women’s rights were important to women’s? Women’s rights were important to them because they want to have freedom like men’s do. They just don’t want to stay home and take care of their family. They wants to works, rights to vote, gain education and etc. That’s why women’s rights were important to them lot. How women gain the right during 1920s? The campaign for women’s suffrage began in earnest in the decades before the Civil War. During the 1820s and 30s, most states had extended the franchise to all white men, regardless of how much money or property they had. At the same time, all sorts of reform groups were proliferating across the United States–temperance clubs, religious movements and moral-reform societies, anti-slavery organizations–and in many of these, women played a prominent role. Meanwhile, many American women were beginning to chafe against what historians have called the “Cult of True Womanhood”: that is, the idea that the only “true” woman was a pious, submissive wife and mother concerned exclusively with home and family. Put together, all of these contributed to a new way of thinking about what it meant to be a woman and a citizen in the United States. How women’s get the rights to vote? Aug. 26 the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, granting women the right to vote, is signed into law by Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby. How they get the rights to go to school? After 19th amendment slowly women’s were getting their rights do everything. The flappers change so many things by that time period to get more rights.
Women’s rights there were more freely to everything’s. They have lots of problem/trouble for all the rights they got by 1920s.
Body paragraph #2: How were Flappers in 1920s?
Before 1920s, women’s totally never left the house, they stayed at house and did domestic chores like cooking, cleaning and taking care of kids. However after the end of the 1910s and the beaning of the...
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