So you can support a well educated person and get the rights the females deserve. Anthony's speech here is hope and a start towards women's rights.What can be seen that the constitution, not able to make them all and the dictionary definitions are addressed. Anthony tried to persuade people females should have rights.It explains prove women should get right. Anthony took a huge step in women's
I think that “The Birthplace of Women’s Rights” expresses how Stanton contributed to the women’s rights movement. I think that “A Powerful Partnership” tells us how they worked together to protect women’s rights. It also shows how she managed to complete the task of getting women’s rights. “The Birthplace of Women’s Rights” talked about her getting into women’s rights and the time she put into it. She helped women get rights so the 19th amendment was made, it granted women the right to vote.
These chapters are the ones in the point of view of Minerva and Patria. We know it is written in first person because it uses the word “I said” rather that “Minerva said”. Both of these characters are strong willed individuals and I think it shows throughout the book. Having these sisters’ stories in first person point of view really helps with being able to see how they viewed life and what was occurring around them. Having them telling their own stories helps us to connect better with them and come to love them even more.
But in this book, they all have an important task -- to have children. First, Wealhtheow is the wife of Hrothgar. There is a description of her: "wiltrow came out, his queen, and noticed what was right; Golden, she saluted the samurai in the hall; The free woman first provided the Oriental guardian. (p12) she appeared earlier in the book, a very competent queen and wife. She helped the Hrothgar a lot of things and handled them very well.
Michelle Alexander is a civil right lawyer and advocate which makes her a credible author as she has expertise in this topic. (newjimcrow.com; About the Author) Summary The New Jim Crow is split up into multiple sections within each chapter. Each section goes in depth about a certain topic. The topics that stood out the most to me while I was reading and taking notes were; the idea of the New Jim Crow, the war on drugs and mass incarceration. These topics stood out the most to me because Michelle Alexander proves how they relate to the Jim Crow Laws established during the Reconstruction Era.
6. Benighted, for Phillis Wheatley, had a strong significance to her history. She was a very bright and intellectual women, but to Americans, all they cared about was how much she could work for them. I think she also uses benighted in past tense to show that she has overcome that and now has found what she truly loved doing, writing. 7.
Margaret Mead after observing different cultures in the world she concludes by saying that a group of mindful citizens is capable of changing the world however much it may be smaller. These words have come true after a small group of women led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton met and laid a foundation to what would turn out to be a victory for women who had been denied their rights over a long period of time. With these movements, having grown to their current state where they managed to achieve what the pioneers fervently searched for, it's important to look at the contribution given by some of the pioneers. This paper, therefore, looks exclusively at the role played by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in convention for women’s rights and suffrage movement. She was one of the well-known suffragists and an activist for civil rights in the period of
This gave them more rights as a citizen and more say in their own government ruling over them. Awhile after came the addition of the 19th amendment. This amendment deals with women suffrage. The 19th amendment says you cannot deny someone their right to vote because of gender. This was a huge achievement for women, especially feminists.
Similar to John Locke who was also a philosopher that wanted the idea of a government that protected a person's natural rights including life, liberty, and property. Mary could talk and express her ideas fully without being stopped or spoken over, because salons allowed for everyone to be respected as philosophers. The reason why many women participated and joined salons and other philosophers was because they could, and felt comfortable in the space they were in. In a salon, they knew they were being listened and could easily influence mae philosophers by expressing their groundbreaking ideas. In conclusion, although during the Enlightenment women could not publish and spread their own ideas and work, they still shared and created new ideas that influenced male philosophers to publish and recognize it.
Anthony’s speech made several logical, ethical and emotional appeals which is what made her empowering and memorable speech set the tone for the women’s rights movement for decades to come. By stating the preamble of the Federal Constitution she built her credibility because it is reputable and it is a document that we built our country on. She effectively relies on the founding fathers and other esteemed members of society to help support her claims. She was able to logically express and correlate that anyone who is born in the united states is a citizen and that every citizen has the right to vote. Instead of just saying that women should have rights they do not have and making an argument, she states that the United States Constitution already guarantees her and other women the right to vote.
Giffords persuades the audience through the structure of the gripping article. The structure is extremely essential because the audience will be able to follow her thought process without any difficulty. The structure of “A Senate in the Gun’s Grip” helped make Giffords argument clear, guide the audience’s comprehension and strengthen her ideas. She is confidently able to build to the most powerful part of her essay based on her logic. Although Giffords used advanced and well-developed diction, she was able to communicate clearly and unambiguously.
The author doesn’t hesitate to introduce ladies of different ideas and personalities. This book was quite fresh and the reader can really see all sides of a single picture. This book is told more of a chapter book than a textbook and would greatly appeal to students who want to learn more about colonial women of America. Even scholars and professionals in this area of study would enjoy the