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In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, women began to struggle the equality in the society. After the long struggle for women's equality in public, women finally pass the Married Women's Property Acts in 1882. It gave women the right to dispose their own properties. As I mention above, before this right, women had no legal right to own their own properties after they marriage. In 1918, women also obtained the right of suffrage, which allowed women to vote in the public and ten years later, they were granted the vote on the same basis as men.


In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Where you have "and", it requires a plural noun, "centuries.", women began to struggle the Use "for" rather than "the."equality in the society. After the long struggle for women's equality in public Omit "in public" since this suggests that they only did it out in the street or in public places., women finally pass Need past tense, "passed," to be consistent. the Married Women's Property Acts Is this the actual name of the legistlation? It seems as if it would be singular, "Act." in 1882. It gave women the right to dispose their own properties. As I mention Need past tense, "mentioned." above, before this right, women had no legal right to own their own Can eliminate "their own" to be concise. properties after they marriage Need verb, "marry" or "married," rather than the noun.. In 1918, women also obtained the right of suffrage, which allowed women to vote in the public Can omit "in the public. and ten years later, they were granted the vote on the same basis as men.

Since I am not aware of the other material, I don't know if "As I mention above" is needed.

I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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