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Women and Progressive Reform. Club Women The Purity Movement Women and Work Women and the Vote Margaret Sanger and Birth Control Feminism. Women’s Clubs. Frances Willard. White Slavery. Florence Kelley. Sweatshops. Hull House. Muller v. Oregon (1908). Muller v. Oregon (1908).

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women and progressive reform
Women and Progressive Reform
  • Club Women
  • The Purity Movement
  • Women and Work
  • Women and the Vote
  • Margaret Sanger and Birth Control
  • Feminism
muller v oregon 19089
Muller v. Oregon (1908)
  • Argued for the NCL by Louis Brandeis
muller v oregon 190810
Muller v. Oregon (1908)
  • Argued for the NCL by Louis Brandeis
  • Supreme Court upheld Ore. Law limiting women in factory work to 10 hrs. per day
muller v oregon 190811
Muller v. Oregon (1908)
  • Argued for the NCL by Louis Brandeis
  • Supreme Court upheld Ore. Law limiting women in factory work to 10 hrs. per day
  • Based on the argument that women were the “weaker sex!”
muller v oregon 190812
Muller v. Oregon (1908)
  • Argued for the NCL by Louis Brandeis
  • Supreme Court upheld Ore. Law limiting women in factory work to 10 hrs. per day
  • Based on the argument that women were the “weaker sex!”
  • Justified paying women less money than men for the same work!