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Why was the women's movement so central to social reform during the progressive era?

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    What do you think? Could we have reform while negating the voices of half the adult population?

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    was the women's movement important because doing the war they were able to take on jobs that were usually worked by men. During this time that fought for the right to vote and better working wages. ( not to sure about this question)

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