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believed that women were hurt by unfair prices of goods that had to run their homes so she formed the national consumer league and women's trade union league
National Consumers League
florence found help from this organization, it gave labels to "goods produced under safe, fair, and healthy conditions
Temperance Movement and Amendment 18
led by womens christian temperance union, and called for the practice of never consuming alcohol and their work led to the passing of the 18th amendment, which outlawed the production, sale, and use of alcohol
her and 1 of her 11 children opened the countries first birth-control clinic in 1916
Ida B. Wells
helped form National Association of Colored Women which helped african american families and day care for working mothers
the right to vote
Carrie Chapman Catt's "winning plan"
she urged women to join the National American Women Suffrage Association by traveling the country, and her "winning plan" was to have an amendment passed so women could vote and pass state suffrage laws
Alice Paul's militancy
formed National Womens society which used public protest marches, she wanted women to demand the right to vote
stated the right to vote to all
How did women of the Progressive Era make progress and win the right to vote?
There were many organizations such as the National Womens society and National American Women Suffrage Association
Why would education have let middle-class women to address societal problems?
they trained them to be organizations working for a social reform, more women in the work force, introduced women to new ideas and problems
Choose one specific social problem and explain how Progressive women reformers proposed to solve that problem.
The right to vote, they formed movements that did protests and marches to get the attention to get the right to vote, the temperance movement
Early suffragettes Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton failed to win nation voting rights for women, but where was there some early success?
women in western states gained the right to vote, women got to vote in school board elections
How did suffragettes' support of the war effort during WWI affect their effort to win the right to vote at the national level?
all the men went to war so the women had to take over their jobs, many women also understood the war which proved that the comprehended politics
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