Woman, church, and state

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Arno Press, Jun 1, 1972 - Religion - 554 pages
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In her most important work, Matilda Joslyn Gage, founder of the Women's National Liberal Union, attacks the religious ideas and customs which historically have oppressed women.

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Review: Woman, Church, and State

User Review  - Carolyn - Goodreads

I loved all the lessons of "Herstory" to be read here. What an under rated pioneer for women, Matilda was and no one even seems to know. A friend of mine gave me this fine copy. I have difficulty ... Read full review

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Quote from Matilda in 1881: Believing this country to be a political and not a religious organisation ... the editor of the NATIONAL CITIZEN will use all her influence of voice and pen against ... Read full review


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