After the Civil War women joined various reform movements such as temperance, anti-slavery, marriage equality, and equal wages. Which reform movement ultimately was the most helpful for Elizabeth Cady Stanton who also argued for the vote?
The anti-slavery movement
Through her participation in the abolitionist movement, Stanton and other women developed the rhetorical and practical skills that enabled them to create a woman’s rights movement.
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