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Which of the following is true of the social roles and status of women in Latin America during the nineteenth century? Patriarch

Which of the following is true of the social roles and status of women in Latin
America during the nineteenth century?
Patriarchy was powerful, but creole elite women were granted the right to vote
before any women in the United States were.
Educational opportunities for girls and young women became worse over the
course of the nineteenth century, only improving during the twentieth century.
Women were violently barred from participating in revolutionary movements,
such as the Mexican Revolution, and thus often were left to support
conservative political elements.
Harsh economic conditions served as a catalyst for a strong women's movement
in the late nineteenth century.
Patriarchy and repression of women's societal contributions were even more
extreme than in the United States.

Which of the following is true of the social roles and status of women in Latin America during the nineteenth century? Patriarchy was powerful, but creole elite women were granted the right to vote before any women in the United States were. Educational opportunities for girls and young women became worse over the course of the nineteenth century, only improving during the twentieth century. Women were violently barred from participating in revolutionary movements, such as the Mexican Revolution, and thus often were left to support conservative political elements. Harsh economic conditions served as a catalyst for a strong women's movement in the late nineteenth century. Patriarchy and repression of women's societal contributions were even more extreme than in the United States.

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