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Women's Equality

Abigail Cash

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6.This Supreme Court case said that employers could no set different rules for male and female employees. (4 Words)
8.She helped form the American Anti-Slavery Society and the Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society, (2 Words)
9.A supreme court case that said women did not have the right to vote. It was later over turned by the 19th amendment. (3 Words)
10.The best known leader of social activists. She formed the National Woman's Party, which used public protest marches. (2 Words)
14.A young woman who would wear clothes that broke their dress code.
15.She published the book "The Feminine Mystique" in 1963. (2 Words)
16.A convention in New York for women's rights. (3 Words)
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1.This put an end to all discrimination in public places for everyone. (7 Words)
2.This gave women the right to vote. (2 Words)
3.She emphasized the importance of women being mothers and homemakers. (2 Words)
4.She thought that women's power to intellect were equal to men, and that women were able to pursue anything they chose to. She wrote a book called "Woman in the Nineteenth Century" too. (2 Words)
5.The abbreviation for the 1966 organization for women to bring them into full participation in the mainstream of American society.
7.She was a school teacher, but was arrested after trying to register to vote. (3 Words)
11.She organized the Seneca Falls Convention and edited "The Revolution" (2 Words)
12.She and her sister, Angelina, wrote a book together about God creating men and women equally entitled "Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and the Condition of Women." (2 Words)
13.The right to vote.

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