Women’s liberation played a big role in the history of women's rights and equality. Women started to get more jobs, better education, have fewer children, and many states had authorized female suffrage. 19th amendment granted everyone the right to vote. The Equal Rights for America Amendment said that men and women shall have equal rights, but that still isn’t ratified today. There were also flappers and this was a style that expressed women’s independence. They had short skirts, bobbed hair, and listened to jazz. They worked for themselves and rebelled against traditional views. There was the first woman governor in Wyoming.