The women’s suffrage movement in the English-speaking world was a product of the antislavery movement.’ Discuss

The women’s suffrage movement in the English-speaking world was a product of the antislavery movement.’ Discuss.
Issues you might address include:
• The impact on Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton of the refusal of the 1840 World Slavery Convention to accept women delegates from American abolitionist societies
• The involvement of Frederick Douglass in the women’s suffrage movement.
• The impact of the Proclamation of Emancipation in the United States on the women’s rights movement (eg the 1863 Women’s Rights Convention in New York City).
• The role of the language of inalienable rights in the discourse of the nineteenth-century women’s suffrage movement (eg ‘The Declaration of Sentiments’ at the Seneca Falls Convention)

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