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Throughout the years women have been seen as someone to have children someone to cook someone to clean and someone who does not deserve rights Because two women Elizabeth Stanton and Susan B Anthony fought for equal rights women today have an equality that was once thought impossible They began by educating women on the rights they should have then forming the National Womans Suffrage Association and finally together Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B Anthony would change the way that the United States viewed women they would give them the right to vote Elizabeth Cady Stanton started the fight for womens rights at a convention in Seneca Falls New York 1848 She spoke out on the so-called equal rights that women had saying It is the duty of the women of this country to secure to themselves their sacred right to the elective franchise With that great statement Elizabeth Cady Stanton showed that women do have an opinion and they want to voice it As her speech progressed she spoke about the inalienable rights that the constitution granted to all Americans and how these rights were not given equally to women Her radical new ideas sparked a controversial battle that would last well into the next century Elizabeth Cady Stanton was one of the first women to wear bloomers and not a dress around her town and home causing her husband a judge much ridicule and embarrassment In 1851 at another convention in Seneca Falls she met Susan B Anthony a woman as passionate about the fight for women to vote as she was oddly enough they met while Stanton was wearing bloomers The women immediately became friends and started full force to gain equal rights for women Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote most of the speeches delivered by Susan B Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton became the woman behind the scenes and as the
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