Women’s History

 

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Women's History

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Question 1
Which statement would a member of the women's rights movement have most disagreed with?
A
"There is no reason why women should not be allowed to serve in combat as part of the US military."
B
Women are fulfilled by being good wives and mothers, but husbands need to show more appreciation for what their wives do.
C
"If a women does not want to get married, that's fine. If she does, that's fine too. What's important is that she is not defined by whether or not she's a 'good wife.'"
D
"The idea that women should refrain from being sexually active before marriage while men run around 'sowing their wild oats' is a ridiculous and outdated way to think."


Question 2
Someone who believed women should have the right to vote in the 1800s would have most likely supported
A
Jacksonian Democracy
B
women's suffrage
C
disfranchising women
D
temperance


Question 3
Television shows, advertising, and a number of "scientific" books suggested that women should fulfill what roles during the 1950s?
A
wife and mother
B
wife, mother, and worker
C
wife and career woman
D
single career woman


Question 4
During the 1920s, controversies over the Scopes Trial, national prohibition, and the behavior of flappers were all signs of disagreements over
A
the benefits of new technology
B
the return to normalcy
C
causes of the Great Depression
D
traditional values and changing lifestyles


Question 5
What was the major result of Prohibition in the United States during the 1920s?
A
increase in organized crime
B
restriction of immigration
C
growth of communism
D
destruction of family values


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