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    WOODHULL, VICTORIA. The Victoria Woodhull Reader.  24 works. 1870-1896. Introductions by Madeleine B. Stern.  ISBN 087730-009-7. Weston, Mass: M & S Press, 1974. 8vo. 640 pp. Orig. cloth. $50.00


    Notorious as a free-love advocate, a stock broker, a newspaper publisher, candidate in 1872 for President of the U.S., and "married rather more extensively than most American matrons," Victoria Woodhull was ignored until taken up by the modern feminist movement.? For 25 years Woodhull was an important commentator on international relations and domestic political science, eugenics and sexual relations, and the inherent right of women to vote and to serve equally with men in public office.


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