Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, Women’s Rights Convention, Seneca Falls, New York; (1848).

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In 1848 women around the world came together to form what we call a women’s revolution. Women decided to step and say how much they know they deserve the same rights as men. We are all equal, no matter what our gender is. We are all born with rights that aren’t able to be taken away and those come with life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. If the government sees someone being untreated by these rights, they are meant to do something about it. They are meant to annihilate the persons causing the unjust treatment. But instead they have not. We have this mistake of redoing past history and this is just the same. It shouldn’t be okay for a man to own a woman in any way, or affect what she does and how she does it. He, referring to the male, has made her have no voice. She’s voiceless in front of the man and not just her husband, but any male. You’ve taken away women’s rights to give them to less intelligent and more ignorant men? That does not make sense, when the woman can be just as smart, if not smarter. She has no representation. If married, which is supposed to be a glorious thing, she is in the eyes of the law non-existent and in the eyes of marriage her husband is her master instead of a husband. Him being the master justifies him to take away her rights and it is okay. She can in the eyes of her husband commit crime and its okay, she cannot own property, she cannot make as much money as the man can if any at all. When it comes to divorce all the power is up to

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