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    "the rise of worker and womens rights" or "the rise of workers' and womens rights"

    Hi everyone,

    Which of the following expressions is correct?

    1. the rise of worker and womens rights
    2. the rise of workers' and womens rights

    Thank you!

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    Re: "the rise of worker and womens rights" or "the rise of workers' and womens righ

    Quote Originally Posted by thincat View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Which of the following expressions is correct?

    1. the rise of worker and women’s rights
    2. the rise of workers' and women’s rights

    Thank you!
    If you are talking about the rights of both groups, I would use the second.

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