Book Critique: Elizabeth Cady Stanton A Radical For Women's Rights
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September 26, 2015
Ms. Renee Celeste
In book Elizabeth Cady Stanton a Radical for Woman’s Rights by Lois W. Banner, a feminist herself, shows the hardship and struggle Elizabeth Cady Stanton had in the nineteenth century. This biography, even as challenging as it was to follow, was still very educational and enlightening about the movements going on in the United States in that time.
As an under recognized Women’s Rights leader, Stanton was very important to the women’s right movement by coordinating meetings, creating A Declaration of Sentiments, publicly speaking, and writing lectures on women’s suffrage. Banner reviews how Stanton’s relationships with her family, husband, friends, and other