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I am writing a research paper on the women's rights movement. I have to discuss whether it was a success or failure and support my answer with detail. I did some research and I believe that the women's rights movement was a success because women today are now able to participate in society socially, economically, and politically.

I think I just wrote my thesis up there but any ideas on how to make it sound a bit better and any suggestions on the introduction?

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    Try to read a little about the roaring 20's and what happened to women at that time. The womens rights movement is a part of something much larger. Woman fought for a long time. The Bill of Rights, due process clause of the 14th Amendment and related support helped women.

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