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Women could be taxed, but they could not vote. Women could be arrested, but they could not serve on a jury. What are these examples of?

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  1. Dbro
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    Sexist laws

  2. Carl_Pham
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    They are examples of discrimination between people, in this case based on their sex. Similar examples not based on sex would be the fact that resident aliens who work in a country are taxed, but cannot vote, or the fact that people under the age of 18 can be arrested, but cannot serve on juries.

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