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Birth of American Feminism (edition 1995)

by Bernhard Bernhard (Author)

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The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was at the beginning of the long struggle for women's rights in the United States. The documents collected in this anthology bring to life the anger and the excitement of a moment when a small but determined group of women dared to challenge the laws and customs of a society dominated by men.… (more)
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Title:Birth of American Feminism
Authors:Bernhard Bernhard (Author)
Info:John Wiley & Sons (1995), Edition: 1, 244 pages
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The Birth of American Feminism: The Seneca Falls Woman's Convention of 1848 by Virginia Bernhard

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The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was at the beginning of the long struggle for women's rights in the United States. The documents collected in this anthology bring to life the anger and the excitement of a moment when a small but determined group of women dared to challenge the laws and customs of a society dominated by men.

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