Rhetorical Analysis Of Susan B Anthony

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In 1873, Susan B Anthony an abolitionist, and feminist advocated for women to receive the right to vote. Around this time period African Americans had recently received the right to vote, and women across the United States felt they should be allowed voting rights too. Women such as, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, wrote about the injustice and spoke out across the nation. Susan B. Anthony believed that women are citizens of the United States, she decided to exercise her right to vote. As a result of protesting,she was arrested and fined one hundred dollar fine, after an unjust trial in court. This reaction inspires Anthony’s speech “Women's rights to the Suffrage” which uses rhetorical appeals to bring awareness to the neglection

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