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Women In The
Transcript of Women In The
Women Of Other Races
Other women were hired for low paying jobs
Domestic or factory workers
Women competed in the olympics for the first time in 1928
19th Amendment gave women the right to vote
Women had new opportunities to become political leaders
Nellie Tayloe was the first woman Governor
The National Women's Party
Women's Trade Union Lleague
More women started going to school
Women found jobs as secretaries, telephone operators, or typists
Also worked as nurses or teachers
Most married women did not have jobs
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