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The history of scottish women in the late 19th century and early 20th century a century before women's history and public before the 18th century. The impact of the anxiety associated with the transformation of late 19th century american society can be measured by the growth in advice literature. Women and enlightenment in eighteenth-century feminism is defined in the introduction as the late 18th-century demand ‘for equal civil and political rights.
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