Lucy Stone quotes

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The flour merchant, the house-builder, and the postman charge us no less on account of our sex; but when we endeavor to earn money ...
The last speaker alluded to this movement as being that of a few disappointed women. From the first years to which my memory stret ...
Leave women ... to find their sphere.
All over this land women have no political existence. Laws pass over our heads that we can not unmake. Our property is taken from ...
You may talk about Free Love, if you please, but we are to have the right to vote. To-day we are fined, imprisoned, and hanged, wi ...
I believe that the influence of woman will save the country before every other power.
... we have every reason to rejoice when there are so many gains and when favorable conditions abound on every hand. The end is no ...
Women are in bondage; their clothes are a great hindrance to their engaging in any business which will make them pecuniarily indep ...
It is not quite the same when we are seventy-two as when we are twenty-seven; still I am glad of what is left, and wish we might b ...
I know not what you believe of God, but I believe He gave yearnings and longings to be filled, and that He did not mean all our ti ...
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