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Women’s Rights Movement by LegitSwag69

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work for male supervisors and managers.

A woman who entered the workforce in the 1960s could expect to

political advocacy group.

The National Organization for Women (NOW) is primarily a

few changes by either the government or employers.

Before the National Organization for Women was founded, efforts to gain equal rights for women resulted in

Betty Friedan.

The Feminine Mystique was written by

Women gained the right to end pregnancies, while states gained the right to restrict abortions.

Which statement best explains the outcome of Roe v. Wade?

women feel worthless when they deny themselves freedom of expression.

In The Feminine Mystique, the author argued that

They work both to restrict and to outlaw abortions.

Which statement best describes the focus of abortion opponents today?

they thought it undermined traditional values.

Some women opposed the Equal Rights Amendment because

The decision deeply divided US society and remains controversial.

Which statement best describes the long-term impact of Roe v. Wade on US society?

fighting to keep abortions legal

What do womens’ rights groups today focus on in regard to abortion?

supporting the Equal Rights Amendment.

In the 1970s, the National Organization for Women expanded its goals by

service industry.

In the 1950s and 1960s, many women were attracted by new jobs in the developing

She helped to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment.

How was Phyllis Schlafly connected to the women’s rights movement?

were helped by new household technology.(CONFIRMED)

One way many women’s lives changed in the 1950s was that they

They had time and opportunity to reinvent themselves but still faced barriers.

Which statement best expresses the dilemma women faced in the 1950s and 1960s?

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