Returning to Seneca Falls First Women's Rights Convention and Its Meaning for Men and Women Today

By: MILLER, BRADFORD

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In 1848 the first Women's Rights convention took place in Seneca falls, New York, convened by the suffragist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton. At the convention, a black man, Frederick Douglass, was the only man to speak in support of Stanton. This books tells the story of Stanton and Douglass, and of their form of democracy, striving for individual responsibility, freed from prejudice and the politics of race and gender. Mythologizing history mingled with autobiography, confession, social reflection and psychology, the author describes his vision of a new kind of humanity for the future.
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Title: Returning to Seneca Falls First Women's Rights Convention and Its Meaning for Men and Women Today

Author(s): MILLER, BRADFORD

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Publisher: United Kingdom, Floris Books: 1996

ISBN Number: 0940262711

ISBN Number 13: 9780940262713

Binding: Paperback

Seller ID: 11093

Keywords: Modern history c 1750 to c 1914 (of ...) USA Women's studies START CLEARANCE SALE,