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Attitudes Towards Women in 1900

Attitudes Towards Women in 1900

Attitudes Towards Women in 1900. Group Activity Higher History. Attitudes towards women in 1900 were very different from attitudes today. First, however, we will try to define current attitudes to men and women. Task 1.

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Chapter 4 (continued ….)

Chapter 4 (continued ….)

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Task 4

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Task 4

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Task 4

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