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Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Solitude of Self 1892 Address Before Congress

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Seneca Falls Historical Society

Astonishing that back in the day when Elizabeth Cady Stanton lived that a Woman would be granted an audience to speak before Congress. In researching ideas for my Blog this morning, I stumbled upon this reading of her "Solitude of Self" speech.

There are no words for happy it made me to see her speak in terms of People being INDIVIDUALS all through the speech a concept that runs all throughout my Book, "Yes, I'd Like to Thank the Academy: How to Tame the Red Carpet in YOUR Office."

It is not a History Book.

It is present-day commentary on the discrimination I faced as a Female Insurance Agent trying to HELP PEOPLE with their ObamaCARE.

In it, I present SOLUTIONS to the problem of Discrimination OF ALL KINDS.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a Philosopher whose revolutionary ideas on Equality were met with mixed emotions, particularly her notions on Women's standing in the Church as seen in "The Women's Bible."

In her "Solitude of Self" address to Congress, she was given extraordinary access to address the Male Politicians in Congress, all in the day when Women were still considered second-class citizens & could not even Vote.