Comparison Of Letter To John Adams And Declaration Of Sentiments

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The two documents “Letter to John Adams” and “Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention” are both historical documents that helped start the women’s rights movements. “Lettter to John Adams” is a letter written to founding father John Adams by his wife Abigail. “Declaration of Sentiments” was written by Elizabeth Cady Stanton for the first Women’s Rights Convention. The two documents were very similar, but they have a few key differences.
“Letter to John Adams” was written on March 31, 1776 by Abigail Adams, wife of founding father John Adams. It was written as events were building up to the revolutionary war. John Adams was on the team of men who were drafting the Declaration of Independence at the time.

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