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Which of the following is an accurate statement about American women during the 1920s?
They were able to freely plan the size of their families due to the legalization of birth control in most U.S. states.
Their wages in the workplace finally matched those of their male counterparts.
The number of women graduating from both medical and law schools had grown exponentially since the 1880s.
Most American women adopted the "flapper" lifestyle in manner and in a dress.
Their daily household routine was greatly changed due to technological innovations.