Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 6: Jane Addams
Biographies and Memoirs
Added on April 09, 2015
Author Teacher Forum
Edition First Edition
Published January 11, 2015
File Size 320.62 KB
Famous Social Reformers and Revolutionaries 6: Jane Addams 320.62 KB - She raised her voice to try to get voting rights for women, for she believed that if women had their much important role in cleaning up their communities and making their communities better places to live, right to vote must be granted to them. Without their voting rights, women were just puppets controlled by the males of the society.
The middle-class American women, who were willing to raise the standard of living and uplift their communities, looked at Jane Addams as their role model.
Famous Social Reformers and Revolutionaries 6: Jane Addams
Childhood and Early Life
Later Years and Experiences
Views on Social Illnesses and Prostitution
Hull House and Feminine Ideals
Jane Addams and Teaching
Personal Relationships and Religion
Views on Pacifism and Prohibition
Legacy and Honors Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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