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ms147_06_03_03; Willard, Frances E. (Frances Elizabeth), 1839-1898; Woman’s Christian Temperance Union; Equality; Women's Rights; Suffrage; Equal Rights
MS-147: Martha McClellan Brown Papers
William Kennedy Brown discusses a review of the work of Frances Willard, an educator and member of the temperance and women’s suffrage movements, that appeared in the Philadelphia Press. Brown compares the leadership styles of three women in the suffrage movement to those of three contemporary men, saying that the followers of Willard and General George McClellan were inspired by loyalty, the followers of Mary Livermore and Ulysses Grant by an intellectual decision, and the followers of Susan B. Anthony and Abraham Lincoln by the heroic nature of their lives.
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