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Women's Rights in Canada

Summary: Gives a detailed term paper on women's rights and how they became and how they were conqured.
In the beginning of the twentieth century, women had no rights at all. They were not allowed to vote or hold in a political office. Married women had no rights to their property or children since their job was just to look after their children and homes and the women had to be subservient to their husbands. If they were not married they had to obey their father's willing or not. Women could not attend Universities or have professions in medicine or law. It women had jobs they were treated as objects and were mostly under paid.

When the war came upon the men, women were called to fill in the positions of the men, working in factories and regular town jobs. The women were able to prove that they were just as useful as the men were.

Women's rights were very important to them. That's when women...

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