Mistress of herself: speeches and letters of Ernestine L. Rose, early women's rights leader
Susan B. Anthony hung a picture of her on the wall. Elizabeth Cady Stanton publicly eulogized her invaluable contributions to the women’s rights movement. Unique among her peers as an immigrant atheist of Jewish background, celebrity orator Ernestine Rose won the title “Queen of the Platform” for her brilliant speeches advocating, and linking together, women’s rights, the abolition of slavery, and religious freedom. This first collection of her extant papers reclaims her place with Anthony and Stanton.
Paula Doress-Worters, a veteran activist, co-wrote the groundbreaking Our Bodies, Ourselves in 1970 and each subsequent edition.
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After studying in Germany, Polish-born reformer Rose (1810-92) moved first to England and then, at age 26, to the United States, later returning permanently to England. During her lifetime, she ... Read full review
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