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How did the National Organization for Women (NOW) contribute to the women's rights movement? a) by including the concerns of women of color in the women's rights movement b) by conducting voter-registration drives that increased women's political influence c) by providing private funding for scholarships and job-training programs for women d) by establishing a national network of activists to enable women to work against discrimination

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Mccarrell783

The National Organization for Women, which was created in the 1960s, does many things, but mainly "establishes a national network of activists to enable women to work against discrimination".

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