This week, Delta’s “Gender and Women’s History in the U.S.” class is talking about suffrage, difference, and reform in the early part of the 20th century. They have examined the impact of the 19th amendment on society, read proposals for an Equal Rights Amendment, and thought about Margaret Sanger’s fight for birth control. Those who are posting blogs this week are to answer the questions: Does equality require that men and women have the “same” rights and be subject to the “same treatment, or does equality require “different” treatment? How should the law treat the difference created by women’s reproductive systems?