Elizabeth Cady Stanton quotes

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They tell us sometimes that if we had only kept quiet, all these desirable things would have come about of themselves. I am remind ...
... strike the words "white male" from all your constitutions, and then, with fair sailing, let us sink or swim, live or die, surv ...
The prejudice against color, of which we hear so much, is no stronger than that against sex. It is produced by the same cause, and ...
The representative women of the nation have done their uttermost for the last thirty years to secure freedom for the negro, and so ...
Women and negroes, being seven-twelfths of the people, are a majority; and according to our republican theory, are the rightful ru ...
The history of the past is but one long struggle upward to equality.
The Negro has no name. He is Cuffy Douglas or Cuffy Brooks, just whose Cuffy he may chance to be. The Woman has no name. She is Mr ...
You may consider me presumptuous, gentlemen, but I claim to be a citizen of the United States, with all the qualifications of a vo ...
Every man who is not for us in this prolonged struggle for liberty is responsible for the present degradation of the mothers of th ...
The talk of sheltering woman from the fierce storms of life is the sheerest mockery, for they beat on her from every point of the ...
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