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Womens rights in the US throughout history.
The wanting for women's right has an on-going event. Women have been wanting equality
forever but didn't start doing anything about it until the 1770's. As American grew more and more
women became aware of the unequal status in Society. Especially their lack of suffrage or the
right to vote.
In 1848 two women, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, launched the first woman
suffrage movement in the United States, at the Seneca Fall Convention. During the convention
"the participants crafted the Declaration of Sentiments, in which they demanded greater rights for
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