Abigails View On Women's Rights

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She gained more supporters over time. Thus resulting her to go above and beyond to illustrate the situation of people at the time. She was an effective leader that was very careful not to extend her reach when the situation wasn’t right. Her views which didn’t aline with mass the majority views she kept to herself. She kept herself neutral among both men and women. She always stood by her husband and extent her view on women’s rights whenever there was an opportunity. During their exchange between 1762 to 1801, over 1100 letters were sent between Abigail and John. The letters are currently remain in the Massachusetts Historical Society. There are a unique perspective that historians have on the conversation between these two figures during

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