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Arts and Humanities | History | Women's History
ms147_11_12_07; Equality; Equal rights; Women's rights; Suffrage
MS-147: Martha McClellan Brown Papers
Martha McClellan Brown gives historical context to the women’s movement, citing examples from Roman Law, canon law, and English common law, before discussing the current state of the women’s rights movement in the United States. After outlining common arguments against granting women the right to vote, she counters them and moves on to argue for equal rights for women in all areas.
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