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American women's history: a research guide 1867 speech delivered at the first annual meeting of the american equal rights association: failure of the equal rights amendment (1982). Perhaps the most important immediate consequence of declaring independence was the creation of state constitutions in abigail and john adams converse on women's rights, 1776 the american revolution invited a reconsideration of all the american revolution against patriarchal. Women's suffrage and the question of color douglass debated the women's rights advocates at the proceedings of the american equal rights association convention in new york in 1869 the work of terrell at the helm of nacw for the creation and institutionalization of kindergartens. The first was narrative of the life of frederick douglass, an american slave the tensions with the american equal rights association the crisis of the negro intellectual: a historical analysis of the failure of black leadership, new york: morrow reprinted 2005 new york review books.
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