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Separate and unequal Blacks and White women Many may say that blacks and white women had more in common than people thought they did in the pre civil war era A point worth arguing is that there are a few similarities and too many differences to list No matter how you twist reality to make it seem the worst for women they were at least treated as humans and not like barn animals Before 1861 many white males valued their farm animals higher than their slaves Although white women were not treated with the equality to white men that we see in the world today they should not even be classified with blacks of the pre civil war era Blacks and white women were treated in a common manor because neither group was really free Both had to listen to what the white males told them to do without haste or incompetence At the time it would be safe to say that America was for the white males Because they were the only people who had any say in the rules that governed peoples lives Even from day one the Constitution of the United States of America contradicts the way that things were and the way they would continue for some time The first amendment grants freedom of religion speech and assembly It states Congress shall pass no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speechor the right of the people to assemble Primis 95 Even with this being law both blacks and white women were not allowed to choose what church to attend or allowed to voice their own opinions both conditions violate the 1st amendment The 9th amendment also states something contradictory to the way life actually was it says The enumeration in the constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained
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