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Ar’n’t I A Woman?” Women in the Anti-Slavery Movement AMST 100 Lecture 06 Spring 2011
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Agenda I. Republican Motherhood II. “Above All Causes” Key Questions What was the role of women in America? How did this role give them the power and responsibility to reform America?
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I. Republican Motherhood Successful Republic needs Virtuous Citizens and Families How to create? The Domestic Ideal?
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Republican Motherhood Teach Sons American Republican Values: Virtue Self-Sacrafice Patriotism Feelings “It is woman’s appropriate duty and particular privilege to implant in the juvenile breast the first seed of virtue, the love of God, and their country, with all the other virtues that shall prepare them to
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Empowering? Let every woman become so cultivated and refined in intellect that her taste and judgment will be respected; so benevolent in feeling and action, that her motives will be reverenced; so unassuming and unambitious, that collision and competition
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