For centuries, women were considered to be weaker than men. They were thought of as squeamish, and unable to perform tasks requiring muscle or intellect. Therefore, men acquired the "tougher, more muscle-related jobs. Because of these views, for many centuries women were left in the home, left with no options but to cook, clean and take care her family. However, over the turn of the 19th century, women began to fight back, rioting and picketing, proclaiming their rights.
How Women Were Discriminated Against
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