Women's Suffrage / Women's Right's

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What life was like before the war?

womens roles were expected to be purely domestic.

if they did work they worked long hours and were limited to work such as washing/laundry or working in sweat shop

women were not allowed to keep any money they earned and any property became their husbands.

they had no rights to their children

there was no law that prtoecteed them from abuse in their relationship(****, physical abuse)

Matrimonial Causes Act of 1878.

 Women who were the victims of male violence in marriage were given protection under the Matrimonial Causes Act

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Shire.Barre

Very short and informative, helpful points. Good Job (Y) 

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