Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible

Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
Fight for Women's Rights: Failure is Impossible
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A detailed look at the fight for women's rights in the 1800s.

The story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, among others, is told in a lively fashion sure to lead to discussion in any class.

My students loved to do a "panel discussion" of six women, three from the 1800s, and three from modern America, to talk about how females live. (It never hurt to put a wig on some boy's head and let him take part.) This kind of activity can be a great deal of fun.
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10 pages
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