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Which of the following correctly describes the reality of being a middle-class white woman in the '50s and '60s? A. Many were discontented with their domestic lives and duties and looking for opportunities to develop their talents. B. Almost all were happy staying at home and taking care of their husbands, the children, and the house.

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    Ok in the 50s what jobs did women do ?

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    Ummm in not sure 0-o

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    Ok during the war while men went and women stayed home and did what?

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    Watch their kids cleaned and cooked?

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    good but do you think they liked that job?

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    Most likely no.

  17. sierra!
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    But I dont think they would like to be in the war either

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    Yea so they did like it :D But in the 60s and 70s they started to demand equality but thats something else :D You can search it up '' American Feminist Movement''

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    So its B?

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    correcr

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    Can you check this answer its kinda like the same question

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    Which of the following correctly describes how most of the television shows of the '50s and '60s portrayed middle-class white women? A. Many were discontented with their domestic lives and duties and looking for opportunities to develop their talents. B. Many were staying at home and taking care of their husbands, the children, and the house.

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    One question per post please :D

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