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Did you know up until the 1920s women didnt have full equal rights as men Well because of Elizabeth Cady Stanton starting of the first womens rights and suffrage movement in the United States women today share the equal rights as men She wasthe first women to ever run for congress in the United States even though she lost in 1866 She was a leading figure in the womens rights movement Stanton gave new direction to the womens rights movement by making it vehicle for expressing womens interests in politics and during Reconstruction that new direction splinter the antebellum alliance of antislavery and womens rights forces Gordan Ann D She was born on November 12th 1812 in Johnstown New York Stanton graduated in 1832 from the Emma Willards Troy Female Seminary Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a leading figure for the womens rights and suffrage movementShe created the Declaration of Sentiments in New York at the first ever womens rights convention at Seneca Falls New York184868 women and 32 men signed this document They wrote a Declaration of Sentiments and resolutions arguing that consistency with the fundamental principles of the American Revolution required an end to womens taxation without representation and government without their consent It accused men of usurping divine power and denying women their consciences by dictating the proper sphere of womankind Gordan Ann D The women that wrote this argued to put a stop to womens taxation without someone representing them and the government without their compliance It accused men of assuming they had supreme power and refusing women to speak their voice Stanton influenced the womens right movement by making it easier to stand up for womens interests in politics
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