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How the Womens Movement has Improved
How the Womens Movement has Improved
How the Women’s Movement has Improved The status of women in the United States has significantly improved since World War II. Congress has passed many acts to improve the lives of women allowing them to reach equality. The abilities of women began to manifest themselves during and after the Second World War. “Their abilities included working hard and learning fast on the job while maintained their essentials of home life.” (Van Horn 141) The attitudes of many women and the attitudes towards wom
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Billie Holiday is one of the greatest jazz-blues singers of all time s
Billie Holiday is one of the greatest jazz-blues singers of all time, she is also known as Lady Day. Born Eleanor Fagan in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, she spent an extremely poor childhood in Baltimore. Both her parents were in their early teens when she was born (her mother was 13). Her father, Clarence Holiday, left when she was a baby. Billie was also blamed for the death of her grandmother when she was six years old. Billie’s education ended at the fifth grade when her mother moved them to N
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Lyndon Baines Johnson served as the thirty-sixth president of the Unit
Lyndon Baines Johnson served as the thirty-sixth president of the United States of America. Events which marked the Johnson presidency were the funeral of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the push for the Great Society, and most memorably, the Vietnam conflict. Johnson was a man who possessed incredible power. In the early stages of his presidency many domestic programs were initiated. The latter portion of his presidency suffered due to his bad handling of the situation in Vietnam. Lyndon Ba