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4. [AP 1999] All of the following were major goals of the European feminist movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s EXCEPT:


a. expanded unemployment opportunities for women

b. better and more affordable child-care facilities

c. suffrage for women over the age of 21

d. reform of civil legislation on marriage and divorce

e. improved access to birth control information and technology

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