Our Rights in Society
Thank you Mr. President for inviting all of us here to talk about our rights in society. My name is Madison B.
Wallace and it is a honor to come here today to talk with you. Most of my life has been dedicated to fight for women to have equal rights. The reason that I decided to come here today is to stand up for women and make a point. I believe that all people should have equal rights no matter the gender or skin color. But thank you again and now let me explain the importance of women having a say in government.
First, there are many pros to women having a say in government. Many of these being different than the other. One pro is that All women now have the right to vote. I think that this would be the most important thing about the 19th amendment. Then all women would have the right to elect who they want to run the state. Another pro about this would be It got rid of gender discrimination laws. Now Mr. President this would be one of the biggest economic booms in history. There would be no more acts on women’s suffrage and the world would just be better all around. One more pro being All women have a legal basis This means that all people now have equal rights. It is very important for all to be able to vote and have a say in government to me. There are many more pros about passing the 19th amendment and how it would benefit the world not only today but in the future too.
Next, it is a possibility that there may be some cons about passing the 19th amendment. I believe that it should be passed, but some people may not agree with that. One of the cons is that It could put women at risk. The reason that it could put women at risk is because many people may think that women shouldn’t have the right to vote. Those people who think that could possibly do bad things if they didn’t like who you voted for or what you elected. Another con about passing the 19th amendment would be It could cause problems with the constitution. There would be a big concern on how laws were going to be made. I personally think that it wouldn’t affect the way laws were made but others may disagree with me on that. These are the only cons that I can think about right now. I don’t think that there is many cons at all to this and that’s why I think you should pass the 19th amendment.
In conclusion, there are many pros and cons to passing the 19th amendment. I think that it would make the world a better place so now all people no matter what gender, have a say in government. You know what.(President) What is it Mr. President? I agree with you and I will now pass the 19th amendment so all all women and men will have the right to vote. (President) I knew that it would happen! Thank you so much Mr. President for passing the 19th amendment. It has been a true honor to stand by your side today. Trust me, you will not regret this decision.
All in all, the 19th amendment has no been passed and all women now have the right to vote. There are many different pros and cons about this amendment, but there is many more pros to me. Now we all have the right to vote.
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