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Women in the 1960's-1970's

In Reference to Stacy Wolf author of "Changed for Good,"in the late 1960’s-1970’s- a political movement for women’s liberation was at stake. Women fought and gained legal, social, and cultural rights. In fact, John F. Kennedy in 1961 came up with the President’s Commission on women studying women’s role, gender differences, equality, and equal pay.

  • Good topic! You should also compare women of that time to women of today or of an earlier period. Are you taking a stand with women of the 60's and 70's or just informing us about it ? And you should also include why women acting/were treating a certain way during this time. That would be pretty cool. – myeshae23 5 years ago
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  • There are many reflections of the changing times in the arts in the 1960s. I suggest narrowing it down, for whoever picks this up. – Christen Mandracchia 5 years ago
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  • Revision In the late 1960’s-1970’s- a political movement for women’s liberation was at stake. The image of a women in television has ever changed since the 1960's; for example women were portrayed as being housewives and mothers upbringing children; cleaning and cooking. Women fought and gained legal, social, and cultural rights. In fact, John F. Kennedy in 1961 came up with the President’s Commission on women studying women’s role, gender differences, equality, and equal pay. – hwm5211 5 years ago
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