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This article deals with the development of women’s sector in international cooperative movement in the first third of the XX century, with national aspects of women’s cooperation under conditions of civilization indignations being highlighted. The effort to analyze the transformation of cooperation’s constituents and its values under the influence of economic interests and political ambitions of governments of European countries is made. The main factor of changes of gender part of the world’s cooperative movement is seen in the initiative of women to assert theirs civil and economic rights and in the desire to become an active member of civilization processes.
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