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The campaign for women’s suffrage began in earnest in the decades before the Civil War
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During this same time, thousands of young women on college campuses were playing active roles within the anti-war and civil rights movement. At least,that was their intention. Many were finding their efforts blocked by men who felt leadership of these movements was their own province, and that women’s roles should be limited to fixing food and running mimeograph machines. It wasn’t long before these young women began forming their own “women’s liberation” organizations to address their role and status within these progressive movements and within society at large.

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Oveta Culp Hobby was a pioneer military leader who helped define women’s initial role in the Army during World War II. She served as the first commanding officer of the Women’s Army Corps (WAC), was the first secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and was the Chairperson of the Board of the Houston Post.

The war America can't win: how the Taliban are regaining control in Afghanistan
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Until 1944, the Red Shield effort was greater in Canada than overseas. The work closely resembled that undertaken during the First World War: setting up facilities at or near Canadian military installations, sending packages of comforts overseas (a task undertaken by the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary), and looking in on the families of Canadians away on active service. By 1945, the Salvation Army had established a coast-to-coast network of 165 centres, huts, hostels, and canteens.

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