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In the past hundred years many people have had a dramatic influence on the world However the people we usually recognize are men Einstine with Emc and John Kennedy with Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country Now its time to recognize the women who dramatically changed history and generations of lives There are many women that should be mentioned in this paper but the women I write about have changed my life as well as yoursAnn Richards is a former governor of Texas She had many different beliefs but one thing she believed strongly in was education for everyone I believe she should be on the list for the centurys 100 Most Important Women because of her willingness to defend the weak She is a hard worker and stands up for her believes She paved the way for American women to go for their dreams and never let people tell them what they can and cant do People laughed when she announced she wanted to be governor But after she was elected governor they didnt laugh any moreBabe Didrikson was one of the most important women in sports history Her first major athletic achievement occurred when she was 16 years old and was named an All-American high school basketball player She proceeded to international fame in track and field She won several US titles and in the 1932 Olympic Games she won gold medals in javelin and 80 meter hurdles and a silver in the high jump She became a professional golfer in 1948 after having great success as an amateur That year she captured the US Womens Open title which she won again in 1950 and 1954 Didrikson was the Associated Press Woman Athlete of the Year in 1932 1945-47 1950 and 1954 Her accomplishments paved the way for many future female athletesAmelia Earhart was a strong self-motivated women She made a solo
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