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Changing role of women

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  • Submitted: 23/11/2008
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TITLE: THE CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN AND VOTING

BY: DANIELA SILVA

PRESENTED TO: TOVAH TAVASHNIK

DATE: 16/11/05

GRADE: 8-5

TABLE ON CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION 3

20 QUESTIONS 3

ANSWERS 4,5,6,7,8

CONCLUSION 9

PICTURES 9

BIBLIOGRAPHY 10

FACT SHEET 11

Introduction

Since the beginning of time women have been classified as a specie that could not do the same works as men did. This was only because of the fact that we were women and that man thought that the only way in which we could help was in the kitchen, by having babies or by serving and pleasing the men. But in the First World War, although many men died and many innocent people suffered, it was the time in which women demonstrate that they had more abilities than men could thought they had, and that women had to have the same rights as men did. In the First World War and after this war, women started to reveal themselves an thought things that they had never thought before. The women lost the fear to talk and to express themselves. Although they were not heard they invented

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