Frederick Douglass on Women's Rights


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Frederick Douglass on Women's Rights

by Philip S. Foner (Author)
by Frederick Douglass (Author)



ISBN: 9780306804892


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"In their long, continuing struggle for equality, American women have had to rely primarily on their own resources, which have been considerable. Yet many men have helped advance their cause. Perhaps f"

And because of his pride in his own race, he never failed to remind the white women who led the movement that black women endured an even greater oppression in white, male-dominated society than they did. Always eloquent and rarely less than inspiring, Frederick Douglass on Women's Rights presents the words of one of America's greatest spokesmen on one of the most important issues of the nineteenth century, words which still ring with truth and power today.


ISBN 306804891
ISBN13 9780306804892
Publisher Da Capo Press Inc
Format Paperback
Publication date 01/08/1992
Pages 190
Weight (grammes) 268
Published in United States
Height (mm) 203
Width (mm) 127