Close Friends Praise the Work of Margaret Fuller

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American History

 

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January 6, 2013

 

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This book had a great effect on the Women’s Rights movement and she received critical praise for it. Horace Greeley, publisher of New York Tribune, said that if Woman in the Nineteenth Century was “not the clearest and most logical, it was the loftiest and most commanding assertion yet made of the right of Woman to be regarded and treated as an independent, intelligent, rational well being, entitled to an equal voice in framing and modifying the laws she is required to obey, and in controlling and disposing of the property she has inherited or aided to acquire...
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Horace Greeley, publisher of New York Tribune, said that if Woman in the Nineteenth Century was “not the clearest and most logical, it was the loftiest and most commanding assertion yet made of the right of Woman to be regarded and treated as an independent, intelligent, rational well being, entitled to an equal voice in framing and modifying the laws she is required to obey, and in controlling and disposing of the property she has inherited or aided to acquire...
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