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    how he thought he was viewed by others The struggle to come into manhood would start in a boy s adolescence now that America was in a place where adolescents were permitted to be adolescents Young boys were not expected to work their teen years away to support their families and America was turning towards secular interests with the rise of a middle class As society dictated there were many things that a man should be capable of to be considered a man These included physical perfection as seen in cultural examples such as Tarzan who embodied the epitome of fitness intelligence and mastery of his surroundings Men also aspired to be educated and around this time in American history education was deemed more importance to culture Regulations were put in place and men were expected to be educated so they could be functioning members of society Through a solid education men were expected to be able to support a family Finally another symbol of masculinity was the ability for a man to conquer his environment as seen again in Tarzan As reading material began making an appearance to young boys the first editor of Harper s Young Magazine Kirk

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    Chronology A New Man Date s 1890 to 1915 Location ORANGE Florida Tag s Masculinity Nature Kirk Munroe adolescence Boyhood As the nineteenth century drew to a close American culture was defining itself in further forms than basic survival Society was struggling with itself in terms of its identity Aside from social movements of the era such as anti racism women s rights and labor laws a major social movement

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    her writings changed the way we view equality On February 19 1963 Betty Friedan started the second wave feminism movement with her book The Feminine Mystique The Feminine Mystique was a book that encouraged women to seek new roles and responsibilities and to seek identity both personally and in the workplace Soon after it s inception The Feminine Mystique was a pivotal point in the fight for women s rights Chosen motherhood is the real liberation The choice to have a child makes the whole experience of motherhood different and the choice to be generative in other ways can at last be made and is being made by many women now without guilt Friedan s book finally made it possible for woman to work outside of the house and at real jobs Three years after Friedan s book in 1966 28 woman including Betty Friedan herself established the National Organization for Women Since then NOW has been responsible for many of the major changes to the equality of women Including the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment Through more than five decades of activism Friedan showed the ability not only to formulate feminist theory but also to develop her thinking

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    Feminism in The US Date s 1960 Location Tag s Gender Roles Girl Power Gender Education Female Feminism In the early 1920 s feminism made a huge leap forward causing women to be viewed as people rather than property but in the early 1960 s many women still felt more needed to be done Before 1960 equality was just a thought being pondered by every woman in America but now

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    early 1920 s feminism made a huge leap forward causing women to be viewed as people rather than property but in the early 1960 s many women still felt more needed to be done Before 1960 equality was just a thought being pondered by every woman in America but now women felt they had to fight for equal rights One of these woman was author Betty Friedan who through her writings changed Family of Andrew Goodman Spoke at News Conference Date s August 6 1964 Location Tag s Mississippi African Americans James Chaney Andrew Goodman Michael Schwerner On August 06 1964 The New York Times reported an expression of grief and hope by Andrew Goodman s family to the public at a news conference Andrew Goodman the dead civil rights worker killed near Philadelphia Mississippi had been working on a voter registration drive in Meridan Mississippi His parents Mr and Mrs Robert Goodman ensured the public their pain although personal belonged Superheores and Late 20th Century Pop Culture Date s January 30 1966 to May 2 1971 Location Tag s Pop Culture Superheroes Pows bangs and booms captivated young readers in the late 1930 s and up throughout the entirety

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    the dormitories and the strict expectations it makes the interaction with the student life much harder to succeed and gain other insight Adding a Co Ed Zenobia Defies an Emperor Date s April 15 1999 Location Outside US Tag s Gender Roles War During the summer of 272 A C E Aurelian brought war to Queen Zenobia s Palmyrene Empire She only ruled because her husband Odenathus had been assassinated but the Historia Augusta tells us that it was perhaps she that ruled through her husband even before his death She was said to have had a keen intellect and propensity for Greek and Egyptian language There was even mention of her being Aurelian Defends His Triumph Over Zenobia Date s April 15 1999 Location Outside US Tag s Gender Roles Politics In 274 A C E Rome was abuzz with gossip concerning the Emperor Aurelian s recent defeat of Queen Zenobia Zenobia had been the leader of the breakaway Palmyrene Empire Aurelian sought to reunify the Empire to its former glory and in doing so had found himself at odds with Palmyra and its queen Aurelian found himself victorious over Zenobia but this was not the source of gossip

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    The US Date s 1960 Location Atlantic New Jersey San Francisco California New York New York Tag s Gender Roles Girl Power Gender Education Female Feminism In the early 1920 s feminism made a huge leap forward causing women to be viewed as people rather than property but in the early 1960 s many women still felt more needed to be done Before 1960 equality was just a thought being

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    s many women still felt more needed to be done Before 1960 equality was just a thought being pondered by every woman in America but now women felt they had to fight for equal rights One of these woman was author Betty Friedan who through her writings changed The Commodity of Self A Tale from the Narrative of Elleanor Eldridge Date s March 1794 to 1799 Location Kent Rhode Island

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