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Mr. Douglass talks about the wrongs of the negro; but with all the outrages that he to-day suffers, he would not exchange his sex ...
[Asked, upon the death of her fast friend and sister suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1816-1902), which period of their associat ...
I never saw that great woman, Mary Wollstonecraft, but I have read her eloquent and unanswerable arguments in behalf of the libert ...
An illustrious individual remarks that Mrs. [Elizabeth Cady] Stanton is the salt, Anna Dickinson the pepper, and Miss [Susan B.] A ...
You glorify the women who made their way to the front to reach you in your misery, and nurse you back to life. You called us angel ...
Had I represented twenty thousand voters in Michigan, that political editor would not have known nor cared whether I was the oldes ...
... women of the North, I ask you to rise up with earnest, honest purpose, and go forward in the way of right, fearlessly, as inde ...
It is perfectly right for a gentleman to say "ladies and gentlemen," but a lady should say, "gentlemen and ladies." You mention yo ...
There is great fear expressed on all sides lest this war shall be made a war for the negro. I am willing that it shall be. It is a ...
There is not the woman born who desires to eat the bread of dependence, no matter whether it be from the hand of father, husband, ...
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