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Not ago in the nineteenth century the words that our forefathers wrote in the Declaration of Independence that all men were created equal held little value Human equality was far from a reality Therefore if you were not born of white male decent than that phrase did not apply to you During this period many great leaders and reformers emerged fighting both for the rights of African Americans and for the rights of women One of these great leaders was Elizabeth Cady Stanton Stanton dedicated her entire life to the womens movement despite the opposition she received from both her family and friends In the course of this paper I will be taking a critical look at three of Stantons most acclaimed speeches Declaration of Sentiments Solitude of Self and Home Life and develop a claim that the rhetoric in these speeches was an effective tool in advancing the movement as a whole Elizabeth Cady Stanton was born November 12 1815 in Johnstown New York She was born unto a conservative Presbyterian family of considerable social standing Her father Judge Daniel Cady was considered both a wealthy landowner and a prominent citizen with great political status Banner 3 Stanton was one of seven children six of which were girls to be born to Daniel and Margaret Growing up in the period that she did Elizabeth was very fortunate to receive the outstanding education that she did since it was not as important to educate daughters as it was sons She overcame that boundary when she began attending Johnstown Academy She was the only girl in most of her classes which was unheard of in those days Even when females did attend schools they were learning about womanly things like how to run a household not advanced math and science courses as if she was in She then went on to further her education at a very prominent educational institution Emma Willards Troy Seminary After
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