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Unformatted text preview: Childrens Aid Society iii. Working-Class Reform Workingmens parties Trade Unions National Trades Union, 1834 4. Abolitionism and Women's Rights: a. Tensions within the Anti-slavery Movement i. Immediatists American Anti-Slavery Society William Lloyd Garrison, The Liberator ii. Gradualists: American Colonization Society iii. Abolitionist movement split along ideological lines b. Flood Tide of Abolitionism i. Abolitionists were subjected to attacks ii. Gag rule: prevented discussion of abolition in Congress c. Women's Rights i. Grew out of middle-class womens fight for abolition ii. Reform offered women a chance to challenge the cult of domesticity iii. Seneca Falls, New York 1848 Lucretia Mott Elizabeth Cady Stanton Declaration of Sentiments All men and women are created equal Called for 11 resolutions to be met, incl. Right to vote Women dont get the vote until 1920 5. Conclusion...
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