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Product NameVictoria Woodhull: Free Spirit for Women's Rights (Oxford Portraits)
LanguageEnglish
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AuthorMiriam Brody
Page Count160
BindingLibrary Binding
Published06/24/2004
Long DescriptionAt a time when women were regarded as second-class citizens, Victoria Woodhull (1838-1927) led a life of many "firsts." She was the first woman stockbroker, the first woman to speak before Congress, and the first woman to run for President of the United States. Oxford Portraits are informative and insightful biographies of people whose lives shaped their times and continue to influence ours. Based on the most recent scholarship, they draw heavily on primary sources, including writings by and about their subjects. Each book is illustrated with a wealth of photographs, documents, memorabilia, framing the personality and achievements of its subject against the backdrop of history.
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