An Analysis of "The Meanings of Seneca Falls, 1848-1998"
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Among other attendees, Frederick Douglass was also present! With the notable group assembled, a road to change was starting to form.
The women had very limited rights compared to men of the time. Women had no voice when it came to the law, they were deprived rights of citizenship, and deprived of their property and wages...
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Women had no voice when it came to the law, they were deprived rights of citizenship, and deprived of their property and wages. They were also discriminated when the matters had to do with payment for work and divorce and were declared civilly dead up on marriage (204)! Finally, women were kept out of professions, and were to be kept as a dependent of the man...
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