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What part did advances in technology play in the creation of the “New Woman"? What group of women was largely excluded from this progress?

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Look at, Washing machiens, and radio, theaters, there are MANY advances that were made. The victorian era parents. Was tht helpful? Medal?
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Might have to elaborate a little more tha what I gave you... Look up the years when those devices were made. Put in essay to look smart! :P :D
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