Analyzing Seneca Falls

The Declaration at Seneca Falls has twelve main demands or resolutions. The main demands are that laws which prohibit women from occupying certain positions in society be overturned, to acknowledge that woman is man's equal, women should be enlightened to the laws which govern them, women be allowed to speak at religious gatherings, women be treated equal in regards to virtue, delicacy, and refinement of behavior required in society, and women secure their right to vote. These demands are legitimized through religious references to "nature and nature's God.aE This reference is used to justify the equality of the sexes through a religious reference, as well as a reference to the language in our nations



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