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Seneca Falls Declaration, 1848
The following is the Declaration of Sentiments. This document was written and presented at the first women’s rights convention that was organized by women in 1848.

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The central idea of this passage is that


women of the United States do not have the same inalienable rights as men.


based on evidence, women of the United States are demanding equality.


it is a woman's duty to overthrow a government that does not provide equal rights to all citizens.


the process to gain women's independence will take time and will be met with hesitation.

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