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15. What was a result of WWII on women’s rights in the US?

A.Women were greatly oppressed and suffered setbacks
B.Women lost the vote during wartime
C.Opportunities for women increased
D. None of the Above

I believe its C ?



16. What happened with most of the working women after the war?

A.They were promoted to administrative positions
B.They were demoted to assembly line positions
C.They were kept on, but at a lower wage
D.They were laid off

Im not sure on this answer because some of them gave up their jobs and some did not.

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    15 is C
    16 is D
    I am pretty sure that these are your answers.

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    Thank you for your help =)

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