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In the late 1870's, Susan B. Anthony, fearing that the history of the struggle for women's rights was lost, asked Mrs. Stanton and Matilda Joslyn Gage to join her in writing this important source. The books contain first-hand accounts as well as…

First edition inscribed: "The few have no right to the luxuries of life, while the many are denied its necessities."

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, suffragist, journalist and lecturer, worked all of her life for the advancement of women's rights, becoming increasingly more radical in the last third of her life. Perhaps most radical was the publication of this book, The…

Page five reads: “The Woman’s Movement. Humorous history of the social revolution-Present Strength of the Movement-Suffrage, Sorosis and the Parliament-Secession on the Carpet-A New Phase of the Woman Question.” The article refers to the four…

An argument for universal suffrage and references to the Woman question given by Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
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