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Narrator D: In the days that follow, many ministers and public leaders condemn the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments.
Matthews also profiles the "rank and file" feminists through a fascinating description of the race, class, religion, and family status of signers of the Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments. She also introduces figures such as Emily Collins, a relatively unknown woman who labored in the feminist trenches for decades, first in upstate New York and later in Louisiana.