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... 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, ...
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 ...
Some of us who sit upon this platform have many a time been clamored down, and told that we had no right to speak, and that we wer ...
It is a life-and-death conflict between all those grand, universal, man-respecting principles which we call by the comprehensive t ...
Slavery is malignantly aristocratic.
I consider women a great deal superior to men. Men are physically strong, but women are morally better.... It is woman who keeps t ...
A great many will find fault in the resolution that the negro shall be free and equal, because our equal not every human being can ...
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