Some leaders of the Early Women's Movement and their roles

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Some leaders of the Early Women's Movement and their roles One of the first and most important advocates of women's equality was the English author Mary Wollstonecraft, who wrote in the late 1700's. In the United States, other women's equality throughout the 1800's by working for the right to vote, own property, and obtain the same education as men. Mary Wollstonecraft, a British author was best known for her book, "A vindication of the rights …

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…adhered to the truth and peacefully and courageously accepted the consequences of her actions, while not succumbing to might when it ran counter to what she knew was right. REFERENCES: Books: 1.A People and A Nation (text book) 2.Biography of Susan B. Anthony Published by Greenhaven Press 3.Women's Movements and Women's Employment in the 19th Century Published by London; New York Written by Ellen Jordan Web Sites: 1.Women's roles in the 19th century (www.historyonline)