In this essay, Lisa Hogan explores Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s attacks on marriage, including her critique of the institution of marriage and her support of liberal divorce laws. It reveals that Stanton’s most controversial writings addressed woman’s sexuality in a broader context, including discussions of sexual exploitation and infanticide.
Hogan, Lisa Shawn
"Sexual Exploitation in the Rhetoric of Elizabeth Cady Stanton,"
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