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Women had no rights compared to a man. Women had to fight for the rights which led to a change in the United States which last till today. Women in 1920s the fight to have rights was called the women’s suffrage movement which impinged on how they have rights; and have to fight against a dissident to get the 19th amendment and how the suffrage movement affects today. Women had an arduous time trying to demand the rights they deserved to have. Women suffragist made associations and paraded down the street to endeavor rights.
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