Stanton Essay Topics

Stanton/Declaration of Sentiments

A particular member of the family may assume a different position in life other than what has been lived for. Such assumption of appropriate roles in the society and within the course of human lives must be in line with the laws of nature and of what has been entitled by nature’s God. The consent… View Article

Declaration of sentiments

Elizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the Declaration of sentiments for women’s rights suffrage at Wesleyan Chapel at Seneca Falls, New York, on July 19, 1848. (Scholastic) It was based on the Declaration of Independence and described the types if discrimination women faced in America. She presented at the first women’s rights convention. Other women like Lucrettia… View Article

Feminism of Poverty

The feminism of poverty can be described as a movement in political, economic and social equality for women, and is closely related to Liberalism. Feminism sees discrimination as a distinction of unequal treatment from all social, political and economic access for women. Feminism of poverty reaches all women, Black, White, Asian or English. It has… View Article