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strength of the arguments about Tarbell’s position
on women suffrage

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  1. What do you think?

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Tarbell
    argued that traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates
    and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere."

    Tarbell also argued that women showed a lot of creativity as home makers

    that Men think their superior

    women haven't been given credit for their accomplishments.

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  3. youre right i agree

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  4. so i need to do an essay

    Write an essay that analyzes the strength of the arguments about Tarbell’s position
    on women suffrage in at least two of these texts based on the given reasoning and
    evidence.

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  5. can i put this

    Tarbell position on women's suffrage was that she opposed it. "Tarbell argued that traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere." She argued that women showed a lot of creativity as home makers, and that should be it.
    In “Ida Tarbell: Life and Works” and “Ida Tarbell” Biographies, Tarbell argued that “traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere." She opposed this because it contradicted the roles of women which were to stay home and take care of the household duties and children.

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  6. i would add "Many woman suffer but Ida Tarbell changed that".

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  7. is thhis good?

    In “Ida Tarbell: Life and Works” and “Ida Tarbell” Biographies, Tarbell argued that “traditional female roles had been belittled by women’s rights advocates and that women’s contributions belonged in the private sphere." She opposed this because it contradicted the roles of women which were to stay home and take care of the household duties and children.
    Despite her accomplishment, of being the most influential women in the country she rejected the status of role model. With her accomplishment you would have thought that she would actually encourage the movement, but no she didn’t, she still despised it.

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  8. YES good job! Nice Essay! i would give it an A+

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  9. :) thank you

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