• Opportunities For Women Rights Men Equal
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    AP American History 12/13/2004 Women's Role in Society During the early 1800's women were stuck in the Cult of Domesticity. Women had been issued roles as the moral keepers for societies as well as the nonworking house-wives for families. Also, women were considered unequal to their male companions legally and socially. However, women's efforts during the 1800's were effective in challenging traditional intellectual, social, economical, and political attitudes about a women's place in society. ...
  • American People Americans Roosevelt Deal
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    Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32 nd President of the United States became President in March 1933 at the depth of the Great Depression. President Roosevelt's reign from 1882-1945 showed that he was a fascinating idealist, whose confidence helped carry on the American people during the strains of economic crisis and world war even though he had an attack of poliomyelitis, which paralyzed his legs in 1921. President Roosevelt was labeled as one of America's most touchy leaders. The complexities o...
  • Civil Rights Americans Equal Equality
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    " Civil rights is the term that refers to the right of every person to equal access to society's opportunities and public facilities." Civil Rights in America Civil rights is used to imply that the state has a positive role in ensuring all citizens equal protection under law and equal opportunity to exercise the privileges of citizenship and to participate fully in life regardless of race, sex, religion, or other characters unrelated to the value of the individual. According to Webster's Diction...
  • Inequality During Wwii Japanese American
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    Japanese-Americans, Women, and African-Americans were the most effected social groups of WWII. All three social groups had to deal with great inequality of the time. Japanese-Americans had to endure relocation or internment during WWII. However you look at the relocation it was a dark spot on a shining nation. Many Japanese-Americans lost their homes, farmland, and were split up from their family. Women were asked to join the war by going to work through many propaganda ads that questioned thei...