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Weld, Angelina Grimké
https://www.cwhf.org/inductees/catharine-beecher Please read the attached excerpt by woman's rights advocate (people at the time used the singular, not "women's rights") and abolitionist Angelina Grimké (Links to an external site.), addressed to educator Catharine Beecher (Links to an external site.). I have highlighted the parts that represent Beecher's argument. (Just fyi, the reason why Grimké uses "thy" and "thou" is not because it was common in the 19th century, but because it was the Quaker way of addressing people, and she was a Quaker.) You should also read the short bios about both women that are linked. Then, respond to the following discussion question: Summarize the main arguments that Angelina Grimké uses to challenge Catharine Beecher's views about how women should attempt to influence the broader society? You can also discuss which arguments you think would have been most persuasive to people at the time.

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