Equal Rights Amendment

Definition of "Equal Rights Amendment"
  1. A proposed change to the U.S. Constitution that failed to pass in 1982, which aimed to ensure equal rights regardless of sex
How to use "Equal Rights Amendment" in a sentence
  1. The Equal Rights Amendment sought to guarantee gender equality at a Constitutional level.
  2. Although it didn't pass, the Equal Rights Amendment brought attention to gender inequality issues.
  3. The expiration of the Equal Rights Amendment in 1982 marked a significant event in gender equality efforts.

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