Who/What:Elizabeth was an American social activist, abolitionist, and was the leader of
the women's rights movement.
WHEN:1848 - 1890
WHY IMPORTANT:Took the lead in proposing that women be granted the right to vote. She also concentrated her efforts on abolishing slavery and then became even more outspoken in promoting women suffrage.
RESULTS/EFFECTS:She called for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution giving women the right to vote. She also worked on first three volumes of the History of Woman Suffrage.
I thinks that the mukrakers are true. They are exposing all the bad and injust things that have been happening to this country and now many people can see what we need to fix especially women's rights.
The progresive goal that I support is promoting moral Reforms. I support the WCTU, Women's Christian Temperance Unionand hoping to ban alchol usage and selling in america.