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The change in status for women as they assisted the war effort at home was to play a role in helping them to be able to have equal rightswin the right to votehold political office later on.
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User: The change in status for women as they assisted the war effort at home was to play a role in helping them to be able to have equal rightswin the right to votehold political office later on.

Weegy: True.
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User: The change in status for women as they assisted the war effort at home was to play a role in helping them to be able to A.)have equal rights B.)win the right to vote C.)hold political office later on.





Weegy: B.)win the right to vote
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