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Reform movement[ edit Oedipus reaction paper In the decades leading up toa small number of women began to push against restrictions imposed upon them by society.
A few men aided in this effort. InReverend Charles Grandison Finney began allowing women to pray aloud in gatherings of men and women. Recalling the era inPaulina Wright Davis set Finney's decision as the beginning of the American women's reform movement.
Garrison's ideas were not welcomed by a majority of other abolitionists, and those unwilling to include women split from him to form other abolitionist societies.
A few women began to gain fame as writers and speakers on the subject of abolition. In the s, Lydia Maria Child wrote to encourage women to write a will and Frances Wright wrote books on women's rights and social reform.
Although these women lectured primarily on the evils of slavery, the fact that a woman was speaking in public was itself a noteworthy stand for the cause of women's rights. Ernestine Rose began lecturing in to groups of women on the subject of the "Science of Government" which included the enfranchisement of women.
In London, the proposal was rebuffed after a full day of debate; the women were allowed to listen from the gallery but not allowed to speak or vote. Mott and Stanton became friends in London and on the return voyage, and together planned to organize their own convention to further the cause of women's rights, separate from abolition concerns.
InFuller published The Great Lawsuitasking women to claim themselves as self-dependent. In the s, women in America were reaching out for greater control of their lives. Husbands and fathers directed the lives of women, and many doors were closed to female participation.
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Women's prospects in employment were dim: She wrote to her friend Elizabeth J. Neal that she moved both the audience and herself to tears, saying "I infused into my speech an Homeopathic dose of woman's rights, as I take good care to do in many private conversations.
Lucretia Mott and two other women were active within the executive committee,  and Mott spoke to the assemblage. Lucretia Mott raised questions about the validity of blindly following religious and social tradition.
Married Women's Property Acts in the United States On April 7,in response to a citizen's petition, the New York State Assembly passed the Married Woman's Property Act, giving women the right to retain property they brought into a marriage, as well as property they acquired during the marriage.
Creditors could not seize a wife's property to pay a husband's debts. And as women have never consented to, been represented in, or recognized by this government, it is evident that in justice no allegiance can be claimed from them Our numerous and yearly petitions for this most desirable object having been disregarded, we now ask your august body, to abolish all laws which hold married women more accountable for their acts than infants, idiots, and lunatics.
The General Assembly in Pennsylvania passed a similar married woman's property law a few weeks later, one which Lucretia Mott and others had championed. These progressive state laws were seen by American women as a sign of new hope for women's rights.
This universal exclusion of woman These Quakers strove for marital relationships in which men and women worked and lived in equality. They rented property from Richard P. Hunt, a wealthy Quaker and businessman. By the s, some Hicksite Quakers determined to bring women and men together in their business meetings as an expression of their spiritual equality.
The Progressive Friends intended to further elevate the influence of women in affairs of the faith. They introduced joint business meetings of men and women, giving women an equal voice.
Mott was present at the meeting in which the Progressive Friends left the Hicksite Quakers. Lucretia Mott's skill and fame as an orator drew crowds wherever she went. Over tea, Stanton, the only non-Quaker present, vented a lifetime's worth of pent-up frustration, her "long-accumulating discontent"  about women's subservient place in society.
The five women decided to hold a women's rights convention in the immediate future, while the Motts were still in the area,  and drew up an announcement to run in the Seneca County Courier. The announcement began with these words:Operations Management - This paper intends to define operations management and analyze an ethics decision made by operations managers in .
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EXCERPT FROM THE INTRODUCTION "Tell me a story" During World War II, in the concentration camp of Stutthof, a woman called Flora ran a "bread theatre" using part of her meagre ration of bread to form little figurines.