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What was the purpose of the declaration of sentiments?


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Caleb Kwart
Answered 2021-05-04 18:47:44

To impower the rights of woman. During that time women where not treated as equals, but under classed people. The declarations of sentiments would be the gate way to true equality between man and women.

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Answered 2014-10-06 20:57:39

The Declaration of Sentiments was intended to free women in the United States from civil, social, political, and religious oppression. It was based on the Declaration of Independence and presented as the first major step in gaining rights for women.

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