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  • one year ago

Which answer choice correctly lists women from U.S. history who were outspoken in their support for, or opposition to, social and political changes for women? A. Jacqueline Kennedy and June Cleaver B. Phyllis Schlafly and Rosa Parks C. Betty Friedan and Phyllis Schlafly D. Susan B. Anthony and Marilyn Monroe

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  1. sierra!
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    @jagr2713

  2. sierra!
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    I think its B or D

  3. jagr2713
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    What did rosa parks do?

  4. sierra!
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    She refused to give up her seat on the bus

  5. jagr2713
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    But for whose rights?

  6. sierra!
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    The civil rights

  7. jagr2713
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    Or for the rights of the blacks to sit in front of the bus or on the bus in general so it cant be her

  8. sierra!
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    So its D?

  9. jagr2713
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    what did susan fight for?

  10. sierra!
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    went on to work as a teacher before becoming a leading figure in the abolitionist and women's voting rights movement. She partnered with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and would eventually lead the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

  11. jagr2713
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    ok how about monroe

  12. sierra!
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    She was an actress

  13. jagr2713
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    But what did she fight for

  14. sierra!
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    I dont know

  15. jagr2713
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    Read this https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081210085722AAnlCaH

  16. sierra!
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    Marilyn helped pave the way for the s3xual revolution by selling s3x in a form that was daring yet within public acceptance, and is partly the reason so many women have the right and freedom to profit from their beauty and sexuality today

  17. jagr2713
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    So D is correct like you said :D

  18. sierra!
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    yay

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