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Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Women's Suffrage

Summary: A look at the impact of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a leader among the first generation of women's rights activists, upon two important events in the women's suffrage movement: The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848; and the passage of the 19th Amendement in 1920, which granted women the right to vote.
Women's Suffrage

Women's Suffrage was a big issue back in the day; they weren't treated anywhere near as well as they are today. There was no such thing as equal when it came to women and men. Men were always right and were allowed to do more things than women in many different ways. This all went on for a very long period until a brave women came along by the name of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. She became the leading feminist philosopher of the first generation of women's rights activists. Throughout this paper I will discuss the many differences there were between women and men as well and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and how she was a big part of the Seneca Falls Convention. Also the after effect of it all made into the 19th Amendment.

There was a big debate about the social role...

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