Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Changed The Women's Rights For Women

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton forever changed the social and political landscape of the United States of America by succeeding in her work to guarantee rights for women. Stanton as a young girl wanted to make her father proud and tried to live to the men’s ways (as Daniel Cady’s only son had died at the age of 20). She graduated from the Emma Willard 's Troy Female Seminary in 1832 and then was drawn to the abolitionist. Later on she married an reformer as she joined other women in the movement. Then she met Susan B. Anthony and the two had started to work together to change the world of women’s rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was an important leader and left a legacy because she gave thoughtful/well-spoken speeches, made a very influential person out of herself, and have out of the box thoughts. To start off, Stanton gave speeches that spoke very well in the women’s point of view. For instance, Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s speech “Our Girls” she states that girls should get an education so they can help them develop as a person, learn more about the world, and complete their goals to happiness. This shows how she wanted for people to know how women and girls grow up not being afraid because they all have something that needs to be shared in this world and not be hidden away because of men’s power of women. In another one of Stanton’s speeches, she says, “did I not feel that the time had fully come for the question of woman 's wrongs to be laid before the public-did I not believe

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