Rethinking National Security

A total rethinking of our expansive concept of national security, ...


View

Women's Rights

Browse the NOW and THEN Women's Rights titles listed below.

The Solitude of Self

United States History

The major women’s suffrage organizations used a variety of tactics in seeking the vote but did not achieve success until the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920. Elizabeth Cady Stanton served these organizations for more than twenty years as president. In that time she became a leading champion of women’s rights and the intellectual powerhouse of the woman’s movement in the United States. Late in life, in “The Solitude of Self,” she distilled her most compelling arguments.

Tags:  Women - Women's Rights - Women's Movement - Women's Suffrage - Votes for Women - Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Susan B. Anthony

View