Discusses the New Woman in Early Years of the U.S.
"Creating the New Woman"
In this book, "Creating the New Woman", McArthur argues that women took on a more public role in society beginning by focusing on reforms aimed at impure food, prostitution and the education systems before finishing with the right to vote. These reforms lead them to influence in shaping state and local politics, while keeping in mind their personal goals for reform.
The first major event that sparked women's reform in the book was the Chicago World's Fair. Here women in attendance noticed that women had opportunities beyond the home. …
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