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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.

"Declaration of Sentiments." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 3 Dec. 2016. Web. 05 Dec. 2016.

According to the passage, unfair treatment to women included all of the following EXCEPT:


women are not independent beings due to a lack of moral understanding.


all wages and property of a woman belong to a man (father or husband).


there is no representation in government or office for women.


the laws of the land and of marriage that a woman must follow were created by men only.

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