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In the 1800s, unmarried women in America had more rights than married women. fewer rights than married women. no rights, and neither did married women. the same rights as married women.
In the 1800s, unmarried women in America had more rights than married women.
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In the 1800s, unmarried women in America had no rights, and neither did married women.
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