Frances Wright quotes

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... until women assume the place in society which good sense and good feeling alike assign to them, human improvement must advance ...
There is a vulgar persuasion, that the ignorance of women, by favoring their subordination, ensures their utility. 'Tis the same a ...
... we have broken down the self-respecting spirit of man with nursery tales and priestly threats, and we dare to assert, that in ...
If we bring not the good courage of minds covetous of truth, and truth only, prepared to hear all things, and decide upon all thin ...
If Jesus, or his likeness, should now visit the earth, what church of the many which now go by his name would he enter? Or, if tem ...
... the yearly expenses of the existing religious system ... exceed in these United States twenty millions of dollars. Twenty mill ...
Jesus would recommend you to pass the first day of the week rather otherwise than you pass it now, and to seek some other mode of ...
Weak as we are, compared to the health strength we are conscious would be desirable; ignorant as we are, compared to the height, a ...
The man possessed of a dollar, feels himself to be not merely one hundred cents richer, but also one hundred cents better, than th ...
... so far from entrenching human conduct within the gentle barriers of peace and love, religion has ever been, and now is, the de ...
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