Susan B. Anthony: Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian
by Alma Lutz
'Susan B. Anthony: Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian ' Summary
Alma Lutz's outstanding biography of Susan B. Anthony is revered for its descriptive power, attention to detail and historical significance to the women's Suffragette movement.
She wasn't just a campaigner for votes for women. She was also passionate and heavily involved with civil rights, equality, and freedom for all. Always at the forefront of activities to bring women's suffrage to the attention of the masses, she was also a fervent supporter of the abolition movement. Although she met with resistance, ridicule, contempt, and pure hatred from many, she never stopped fighting for the day when women would have the vote.
A must-read for anyone interested in women's suffrage or American history from the 1800s. It's an eye-opener. Giving links to historical events that happened at the same time. It's like putting history back into context.
An unassuming yet remarkable woman. She had a long, full life and this book covers it all!
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