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“The isolated household is responsible for a large share of woman’s ignorance and degradation. A mind always in contact with children (…) whose aspirations and ambitions, rise no higher than the roof which shelters it, is necessary dwarfed in I, its proportions(…). Womanhood is the great fact in her life; wifehood and motherhood are but incidental relations.”

Introduction to the classic six-volume The History of Woman’s Suffrage. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

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