Is your assessment the same for both working- and middle-class women?

Question: Rapid economic expansion in the US at the turn of the twentieth century brought
new opportunities both for womens work and how they spent their time away from work. But
the period also saw a good deal of conflict as capitalism (or more specifically, the workings of
labor markets and the development of new businesses) seemed out of step with expectations
based on traditional ideals of womanhood.
When you consider the impact of the economic expansion in the US at the turn of the twentieth century on both womens work and their leisure, do you see it as beneficial to women? Is your assessment the same for both working- and middle-class women?

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