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Excerpt from Claims of the Country on American Females, Vol. 1 Let us then take heed while venting complaints against our fellow-men, who may have been permitted to become as the royal Assyrian of old, the rods of God's anger, employed in chastisement of our national ingratitude, lest we too, like those in the camp of Israel, who murmured, may be destroyed of the : Margaret Coxe.
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This is a book about women who have struggled out of the grasp of those who attempt to hold them back, who have kept moving forward, women who have gotten up repeatedly after being pushed down, women who have clenched their fists and said, "I'm still s: Introduction In my house, I have a room in which one wall is entirely covered with books that I used while writing America's Women: Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates and I look at them I like to remember that there was a time, not very long ago, when teachers who wanted to offer courses on women's history were told there wasn't enough information to cover an entire semester.
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Though women had to ultimately work for everything, this attitude the European men brought with them was cut down due to the way things were in the new world. Women had a small bite of independence as the colonies were working to become developed.
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