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Which describes a prevailing attitude toward women in mid-nineteenth-century America? a. Women made better, more caring doctors than men. b. Women were superior to men in matters of business. c. Women should not be seen in public places. d. Women should not speak up in front of men.

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The best option regarding a prevailing attitude toward women in mid-nineteenth-century America would be that "d. Women should not speak up in front of men," since men were thought to be superior. 

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