Gordon , Editor, in the bibliography below. Unlike many of her colleagues, Stanton believed organized Christianity relegated women to an unacceptable position in society. Their skills complemented each other; Stanton, the better orator and writer, scripted many of Anthony's speeches, while Anthony was the movement's organizer and tactician. Anthony and Lucretia Mott. The project has since been ended. In good measure because of The Woman's Bible and her position on issues such as divorce she was, however, never popular among the more religiously conservative members of the "National American". Five of her siblings died in early childhood or infancy. The male element is a destructive force, stern, selfish, aggrandizing, loving war, violence, conquest, acquisition, breeding in the material and moral world alike discord, disorder, disease, and death.
Anthony on a street in Seneca Falls by Amelia Bloomer , a feminist and mutual acquaintance who had not signed the Declaration of Sentiments and subsequent resolutions despite her attendance at the Seneca Falls convention. She proposed, among other things, a then-controversial resolution demanding voting rights for women. His confirmation of her intellectual abilities strengthened Stanton's confidence and self-esteem. The male element is a destructive force, stern, selfish, aggrandizing, loving war, violence, conquest, acquisition, breeding in the material and moral world alike discord, disorder, disease, and death. Their seventh and last child, Robert, was an unplanned baby born in when Elizabeth Cady Stanton was forty-four. During this time, Stanton maintained a broad focus on women's rights in general rather than narrowing her focus only to female suffrage in particular. The general discontent I felt with woman's portion as wife, housekeeper, physician, and spiritual guide, the chaotic conditions into which everything fell without her constant supervision, and the wearied, anxious look of the majority of women, impressed me with a strong feeling that some active measures should be taken to remedy the wrongs of society in general, and of women in particular. She attended Johnstown Academy in her home town until the age of During her presidency of the organization, Stanton scandalized many supporters by suggesting that drunkenness be made sufficient cause for divorce. Nature, like a loving mother, is ever trying to keep land and sea, mountain and valley, each in its place, to hush the angry winds and waves, balance the extremes of heat and cold, of rain and drought, that peace, harmony, and beauty may reign supreme. These women included, among others, Matilda Joslyn Gage. Anthony Soon after the convention, Stanton was invited to speak at the second women's rights convention, the Rochester Convention of , in Rochester, New York , solidifying her role as an activist and reformer. Stanton and Anthony's focus, however, soon shifted to female suffrage and women's rights, activities which inexorably brought them into acquaintance with Alice Cary and Phoebe Cary ; for a short time Phoebe Cary served as editor of Anthony's newspaper, Revolution. Later in life, Elizabeth named her two daughters after two of her sisters, Margaret and Harriot. John This and Mrs. She enjoyed her years at the school and said that she did not encounter any barriers there because of her sex. Cady Stanton, but she refused to be addressed as Mrs. Only Elizabeth Cady and four sisters lived well into adulthood and old age. Peter Teabout, a slave in the Cady household who was later freed in Johnstown,  took care of Stanton and her sister Margaret. She explored this view in the s in The Woman's Bible , which elucidated a feminist understanding of biblical scripture and sought to correct the fundamental sexism Stanton believed was inherent to organized Christianity. Anthony and Lucretia Mott. Among other things, she reminisces about the pleasure she took in attending the Episcopal church with Teabout, where she and her sisters enjoyed sitting with him in the back of the church rather than alone in front with the white families of the congregation. The final resolutions, including female suffrage, were passed, in no small measure, because of the support of Frederick Douglass, who attended and informally spoke at the convention. Unlike many of her colleagues, Stanton believed organized Christianity relegated women to an unacceptable position in society. Anthony , which began in While their opposing viewpoints led to some discussion and conflict, no disagreement threatened their friendship or working relationship; the two women remained close friends and colleagues until Stanton's death some 50 years after their initial meeting. This constitution-based argument, which came to be called "the new departure" in women's rights circles because of its divergence from earlier attempts to change voting laws on a state-by-state basis,  led to first Anthony in , and later Stanton in , going to the polls and demanding to vote.
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