Women's Rights Movement: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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Woman rights movement began in 1850s in New York when Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a young woman with her four female friends were taking tea. The women discussed the challenges facing and the limitations they encountered in while demanding for their democratic rights. Stanton observed that women were not enjoying democratic as compared to the men counterparts yet they fought for the democracy in the same magnitude. Stanton and friends agreed to plan a large meeting with likeminded women who wanted to change the status quo. After two days, they held a convention with fellow to address issues affecting in the social-political and religious matters. During the gathering, the women having common interest to improve women conditions in the new republic

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