Define feminist movement

Women's movement

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Women's Liberation

noun 1.

a movement directed towards the removal of attitudes and practices that preserve inequalities based upon the assumption that men are superior to women Also called women's lib

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A movement to secure legal, economic, and social equality for women, also called the feminist movement. It has its roots in the nineteenth-century women's movement, which sought, among other things, to secure property rights and suffrage for women. The modern feminist movement, often said to have been galvanized by the publication of Betty Friedan's book The Feminine Mystique, began in the 1960s and advocates equal pay for equal work, improved day care arrangements, and preservation of abortion rights. (See Equal Rights Amendment, feminism, and Gloria Steinem.)

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Which was not accomplished by the feminist movement in the 1920?

the right of women to hold membership in the afl

Where was the feminist movement.

There have been many feminist movements in various countries.

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