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...h great things to free women. The Seneca Falls Convention for women’s suffrage, the women’s property stature, and the separation of religion from politics may not have been accomplished without Stanton and her hard work. She is one of the most influential women that has ever marked US history. She was such a positive affect on the lives of all women in her time and in ours.
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