The Revolution in words: righting women, 1868-1871
These excerpts from The Revolution, one of the most important radical periodicals in the Western woman's movement, address issues still crucial to women: forced maternity, male domination of church and politics, suffrage, racism, child care, legal issues, and much more.
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