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Womans Struggle for Independence Women have had to fight for there independence They have been repressed for a long period of history Only recently have women started to gain respect as equals and individuals Even today women are still looked down upon for there sex From the begging of history women have been viewed as a lesser sex In the time Mesopotamia women we in charge of the children and the home In Ancient Egypt women had no power or authority Women were viewed as property The Hebrews alto respecting women did not allow them to own any property or to have an active place in government In Rome women were not allowed to voice there opinions They were viewed as lesser beings whos role in society was to give birth and to take care of children They were property of there husbands and not viewed as individuals There husband was there master and women we practically slaves and was often mistreated by there husband A servant to the male sex During the middle ages women still has almost no rights They still didnt have the right to voice there opinion and were still viewed as property If they disobeyed there male role model they were punished The art of the Renaissance gave women some freedom to voice there opinion about the arts and social issues as long as there opinions werent very radical However women were only the objects in the arts They were the models and not the creators They were not allowed to express themselves but only to be expressed by others This lead into the period of the Reformation women were still viewed as property and the homemakers They did not really get there place in society The 17th century was the first real growth of the womens movement Up until this time women had
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