In No Turning Back , Estelle B. Freedman converses a lot about the rights and
works of women. Although all of the negatives due to capitalism and the society are
against women, they used it as proof of an unjust culture. Under the new and improved
capitalist government, women were able to write, organize, and basically, act like men.
According to the prior definition of the middleclass woman, they were not able to work
and were severely dependent on their husbands. However, the definition reached new
lengths when education and labor became equal for both genders.
According to the Penguin Atlas of Women in the World and the Convention on
the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, which was implemented
in 1979 and finalized in 1981, it institutes a universal set of ideals and values that are
projected to serve as a template for determining national policies towards longterm goals
of eradicating gender discrimination. The Gender Development Index displays the many
countries that were successful in equal gender development.
Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions of Seneca Falls was implemented at a
convention of 19 century suffragists to contemplate the values of women. Elizabeth
Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott and other important figures based their document of the
reclaimed Declaration of Independence. In “Women’s Lives,” Lorber discusses some of
the common norms of daily life that is considered gendering. She uses multiple stories of
events or occasions that people assume things based off materialistic matters and
automatically falsely state a gender. Lorber states that g