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    Susan B. Anthony once said, “Men their rights, and nothing more; women their rights, and nothing less.” “Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts and was raised in a Quaker household. Later went on to work as a teacher before becoming a leading figure in the abolitionist and women's voting rights movement. She partnered with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and eventually lead the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Anthony died March 13, 1906 at the age of 86 in Rochester, Ny” ( "Susan B. Anthony Biography.") Susan B. Anthony showed being an honorable individual throughout her life because she was an open-minded to everyone, no matter the race or sex, she was fair to the people who needed fairness done, and caring for everyone even if meant giving through many obstacles Susan B. Anthony is…

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    But two women’s Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were two advocates for women getting the right to vote, they attended the Seneca fall conference. Stanton and Anthony encourage tram’s racism a tremendous change had taken place in their attitudes, and they created in the leadership of the women rights. Stanton and Anthony formed the NEWSA this organization that dealt with social, economic and political aspects of the movement. The women’s movement gained popular support due to the…

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    The legacy of Susan B. Anthony lies as the feminist icon,that made an impact in our daily lives. In a time of where male dominance took place the main concentration on women suffrage to the discrimination of women, Susan B. Anthony’s feminist movement opened up equal opportunities. She contributed to the society as the founder of National Woman Suffrage Association, co-established the women’s right journal: The Revolution, organized the Women’s Loyal National League, was the president of the…

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    Susan B Anthony Argument

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    women pioneers such as, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, and Ida B. Wells, the 19th amendment would not have been ratified. Susan B. Anthony, saw that it was wrong for women to not have the same rights as men. When Anthony was thirty two years old, she went to her first woman's rights convention in Syracuse. Once Susan left she declared "that the right which woman needed above every other, the one indeed which would secure to her all the others, was the right of…

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    Susan B. Anthony and Civil Disobedience Susan B. Anthony once said, “It was we, the people; not we, the white male citizens; nor yet we, the male citizens; but we, the whole people, who formed the Union”(Women’s). This implies that Anthony believed that everyone should have equal rights; men should not be held at a higher standard than women and white men should not be held at a higher standard that colored men. Anthony took many actions to protest and eliminate the laws denying the rights of…

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    Susan Brownell Anthony, born in Adams, Massachusetts; and was the second oldest of eight children (only six of the Anthony children lived to be adults) to Daniel Anthony and Lucy Read. Anthony became a feminist and suffragist, abolitionist, author and speaker activist for women’s suffrage rights and remained active until her death at the age of 86. Susan B. Anthony left an imprint on every woman since she spent most of her life working on social causes; raised in a Quaker politically active…

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    Susan B Anthony Bicycle

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    There are many reason why the invention of the bicycle changed women’s lives, contributing to the individualistic thought that brought forth waves of feminism. Susan B. Anthony wrote, “That which made me succeed with the bicycle was precisely what had gained me a measure of success in life”; in The life and work of Susan B. Anthony: including public addresses, her own letters and many from her contemporaries during fifty years. A story of the evolution of the status of woman, she equates her…

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    in the United States changed forever. Susan Brownell Anthony was an American social reformer and women 's rights advocate who played a crucial role in the women 's suffrage movement. On November 8, 2016, there could be another major history event for women as the citizens in the United States have an opportunity to elect the first woman as the United States President. This woman candidate, Hillary Clinton, has been given this opportunity based on the impact and work brought on by Susan B.…

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    less”-Susan B. Anthony. Susan B. Anthony was a very influential woman in history. She made a huge difference on women equality. She believed that women deserved every right that was given to male citizens, including the right to an education. She also believed that women should not get paid any less than men. Susan B. Anthony was all for women and their rights. She risked so many things in her life to make sure her goal was fulfilled. She went through so much to make women have their equal…

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    must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself, and there I take my stand.” In that quote Susan B. Anthony is declaring that any woman has as much right than any man to vote. Anthony was born on February 15,1820 in Massachusetts. Anthonys family were Quakers, that means they are religious and Anthony was the second of seven children in her family. Anthony went to a public school until she was seven, and her teacher refused to teach her long division. But did…

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