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Status of Women in Britain from in the late 1800s and early 1900s

Summary: A review of the social status of British women in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Significant differences existed between working-class and middle-class women, and women had fewer rights than men, which was rectified in part during this time by the passage of laws.
Middle Class Women In Britian in the late 1800s and early 1900s, middle class women were fondly called "the angels in the house." In the middle class households, the women that is, the wives, mothers were not allowed to associate themselves with any kind of chores or form of working; this is one of the many factors that differentiated the middle class women from the working class women.

The relationship between the middle class women and men was more of an agreement of buying and selling between the suitor and the bride's father. A middle class man duty was to earn money to keep his wife and children happy. In return, the middle class women were supposed to look after her husband and family.

Their relationship was also accompanied by laws which said; "Once a woman was married to her husband she was considered his property so was...

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