Between 1750 and 1914 women in Latin America and Western Europe experienced similarities such as the lower class worked at minimal wage jobs as well as they differed in the area of political influence and the amount of education they had access to.
Between 1750 and 1914 women in Latin America and Western Europe experienced similarities such as the lower class worked at minimal wage jobs. Women who were economically lower class worked in factories, on farms, or other labor intensive work.
This is because of the industrial revolution
. It is interesting that women were the ones that pulled the plow, if they did not have animals to pull it and men directed it. The use of women in factories helped increase production and profits.. Both women in Latin America and Western Europe that were lower class worked outside and still had housework duties, including taking care of the children.
This led to a women's workload increasing and the realization by men that women aren't inferior.
Between 1750 and 1914 women in Latin America and Western Europe differed in the area of political influence. Women had different political influence. Women in Western Europe actually attempted to gain political influence. Such as when a group of women rioted because
Maria Antoinette had a reserve of grain and their babies were hungry. Women in Western
Europe also actually ruled some in Western Europe when their husband died.
Caroline Bonaparte was the queen of Naples. This ultimately led to woman's suffrage and other rights. A reason why women in Latin America had little to no political influence was because of