Elizabeth Cady Stanton And The Fight For Women's Rights

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Susan Was inspired to fight for women’s rights at a young age. She developed a strong moral compass in her early life. She spent a lot of her time protesting slavery with her family. Her house was also the meeting place of well known abolitionists, such as Frederick Douglass, who fought against slavery. At a convention she was forbidden to speak because she was a woman. It was then that she realized if women could vote, then they would be taken seriously in politics. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, whom Susan had met in an anti slavery conference, Worked with Susan to establish the Women’s New York State Temperance Society, and the New York State Women’s Rights Committee. The pair began their fight for Equal Rights by setting up petitions and
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