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Essays On Gender & Society
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Women and the 'Declaration of the Rights of Man'
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An 11 page paper discussing
changes in women's conditions over the 19th and 20th centuries from the perspective of the
French Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen (1789). In contrast to the conditions
that existed before the Declaration was issued, it can be said that its points have been
fulfilled. The position that women now occupy is vastly improved over that of prior
generations, even though contemporary struggles would mask the gains that have been
made. As written, the Declaration's goals have been achieved. As interpreted in light of the
philosophers under whose influence the Declaration was written, there is still much more
ground to gain - not in terms of technicalities, but rather in attitudes. Bibliography lists 10
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