Women have always had to struggle for their rights in society - to vote, to own property, to enter the professions, and to receive equal pay for equal work. Now we can hear the story of that struggle through the voices of the women themselves, from their letters, journals, speeches, and other writings, some famous, many unknown. Spanning all periods of American history, and encompassing many groups, races, and regions of the United States, this collection of writings - inspiring, fascinating, and moving - shows us what life was like for women in their rime. Here are the everyday experiences, failures, frustrations, and exhilarating hard-won victories of American women.
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