Fighting for Equal Rights: A Story about Susan B. Anthony
Born a Quaker, Susan B. Anthony grew up being taught that women were equal to men. During her lifetime, she was a teacher, a newspaperwoman, and an activist. She worked to further many causes such as the temperance, the abolitionist, and women's rights movements. Although she didn't live to see her dream of women's suffrage come true, her tireless dedication to the cause was crucial to its success.
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