Which statement best explains why women's-rights activists were dissatisfied with the fifteenth amendment? they wanted the amendment to guarantee equal civil rights as well as equal voting rights. they felt women should gain the right to vote at the same time emancipated slaves did. they worried that congress wasn't given enough power to protect the rights granted in the amendment. they believed states would be able to use the amendment to increase restrictions on women's political participation.
2) Wheres the image?
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"4" Good Luck n.n
1- The correct answer is 3, as that statement is the only one that can be considered as an opinion, since it arises from a subjective appreciation of the ethical and moral behavior of men and women.
2- As there's no image I can't answer this question.
3- The women's rights movement in the United States was first started by women who faced economic discrimination in the workplace. They claimed for equal opportunities, equal payment for the same task and for the personal management of their income.
4- What contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the mid-1800s was the experience of gender discrimination within reform movements.
5- In the 1800s, it was believed women were good at working on projects to improve the community because women were more emotional than men.
1.) Some of the Japanese that attempted to run from the Interment camps. The camps were like prisons. Guards shot the prisoners.
2.) New group in Women's Rights Pioneer groupCongressional Union formed in 1913. Then changed to National Women's Party in 1915.
3.) Two key leaders in the womens movement:
In the Women's Rights Movement of 1891.
Susan B. Anthony
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
4.) What amendment to the U.S. constitution gave women the right to vote?
The 19th Amendment
5.) The Civil Liberties Act of 1988
Fair Housing Amendment Act
To the Japanese Americans for World War 11 internment:
- Apology from U.S.
- Provide Public EducationCommunity Property
- Community Property given for property taken or destryed by Gov.
- dicouragement of occurances or similar injustices
Sincere delcaration of concern by U.S. violations of human rights
commited by other nations
3 for question 1… then for the second answer it is Lucy stone i believe, hope it helps
4. their spirit, courage, and ambition paved the way for a new era.
this is my believe
I thought it was A because everyone else said it but its B i just took the test
D. The author chooses words with positive connotations to describe the gifts of women writers, and negative words to discuss the lack of opportunities and rights for women.
I just took the test on Edge.nuity :D