Who better than the Smithsonian to investigate what early suffragist leaders Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Lady Stanton wrote or stood on maternity and abortion.

The article ends with words from the Atlantic’s Emma Green, that “[t]he country’s history has always been told through appropriated narratives, as later generations align themselves with the moral victories of earlier generations.” The abortion debate is no exception to this trend.



What did suffragists really think about abortion?

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