Womens Rights In The 1840's

analytical Essay
352 words
352 words

Women's Rights in the 1840’s During the 1840’s women's rights became a popular topic of discussion. Some people felt as if women needed to remain reserved in the public eye. While others, mostly women, felt as they had little rights when it came to politics and education. Women didn’t receive education after the age of 10, and if they did it was because they taught themselves. Politics was a topic most women were shamed for if they talked about it in public.early feminist insisted whether women were married or not. they deserve the range of individual choices and the essence of freedom. Catherine Beecher and people like her believed that women should remain modest and delicate and that women had a place on Earth given by God; the subordinate.

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  • Analyzes how women's rights became a popular topic of discussion in the 1840s.
  • Describes how angelina grimke and her sister sarah became anti-slavery abolitionists after being sent to philadelphia for an education.
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