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Text Preview Hilary Clinton once said, “Everyone is entitled to all rights to freedom set forth Declaration, without disconnection of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, sRights has positively has positively impacted American culture because independence from men and traditional roles, gave equal rights, and what big changes happen for women in the 1920’s. What intrigues me the most is women would try to over power men and get a death sentence for what the believed in. These women who spoke up changed us as women today; we have more rights and power. “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that al men and women are created equally.” (Civil Rights in America) Women’s Rights began in the 19th century when women reformers demanded the right to vote and the same legal rights as men; women would stand up and fight for equality. Equality means the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunities. After American Revolution, that status of women did change somewhat. (Womens Rights) The rigid Puritan views of women had largely collapsed, to be replaced by a belief hat women did, indeed, have an important role to play in emerging nation. (Womens Rights) Of course, this did not result in their equal treatments or an alteration in basic view that women were inferior to men. (Women’s Rights) But no one could deny the crucial role they were capable of playing when called upon. Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, the Revolutionary leader who later became the second president. (Women’s Rights) An important advisory figure in Adams administration, Abigail was bright spirited, and witty. (Women’s Rights) More important, she may well inspire her to bolder deeds an he was otherwise inclined to attempt. Wisely, like so many other prominent American women even well into the 20th centaury, she recognized the rights remained largely a private rather that public affair, forcing women like Abigail to air their frustrations in private correspondence... Show More

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