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  1. Had to do with the market revolution. The United States growing expansion from preindustrial trade workers who made goods into industrial revolution factory workers in the cities. The expansion of canals, roads, turnpikes for moving and producing goods more efficiently.
  2. Women undervalued by surgeons
    No Training
    Not used to being around men
    Out of place women example of archetype
    Sacrifice
    Sexuality
  3. Speech given by President Jimmy Carter talking about country coming together and not loosing trust in their government. Talked about wanting to tackle every crisis in 70's. Speech was given when Carter was up for re-election.

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  1. George Fitzhugh on Women Rights (1854)Created by National organization for women (NOW)

    Equal Rights Constitutional Amendment
    Enforce law banning sex discrimination in employment
    Maternity leave Rights in Employment and in Social Security Benefits
    Tax Deduction for Home and Child Care Expenses for Working Parents
    Child Day Care Centers
    Equal and Unsegregated Education
    Equal Job Training Opportunities and Allowances for Women in Poverty
    The Right of Women to Control Their Reproductive Lives

          

  2. Now Bill of RightsCreated by National organization for women (NOW)

    Equal Rights Constitutional Amendment
    Enforce law banning sex discrimination in employment
    Maternity leave Rights in Employment and in Social Security Benefits
    Tax Deduction for Home and Child Care Expenses for Working Parents
    Child Day Care Centers
    Equal and Unsegregated Education
    Equal Job Training Opportunities and Allowances for Women in Poverty
    The Right of Women to Control Their Reproductive Lives

          

  3. The Declaration of SentimentsWritten by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucreita Mott
    Activists in the movement to abolish slavery
    Spoke at Seneca Falls conference to address women's rights issues in 1848
    Wanted to see men and women created equal