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How did participation in other reform movements help strengthen the women's movement?
A)Women's struggles in other groups made them want to have a group where they could be in charge.

B) Women's success in reform movements made them question the limitations placed on them in society.

C) The success of other reform programs made women think they could finally do something about women's rights.

D)The experience gained working on reform programs made women qualified to create the women's rights movement.

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