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Woman: A Being to Come Home To: Thirteen Minutes About Women Accomplishing Stuff in the 19th Century U.S.

Our Adorable Past

 

John Green covers activism, abolitionism, temperance, and the place of all of that stuff in the infancy of the women’s rights movement in America. He also makes a valid point about Princess Leia.

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