II. please read Chp. 11, 12, AND 13 in your textbook, as well as any related posted FYI websites, and information gleamed from the course homepage to address the following: (be sure to use terms/concepts listed on the review sheets found on the course homepage) the two formal women’s movements organized to effect change in laws, social policy, and social attitudes were the women’s suffrage movement (1848-1920)(first wave) and the women’s liberation movement (1960s-1970s) (second wave). what was the agenda of both what were the major splits that occurred in each movement? What were some of the opponents and/or interruptions in both movements? what is meant by a third wave in feminism? what do we mean by the term liberal feminism? What are the historical roots of liberal feminism? Who were some important early liberal feminists? What is the basis of the critique of liberal feminism? Finally, outline the historical roots of radical feminism, particularly concentrating on the influence of Karl Marx and the intersection of capitalism and patriarchy.