Victoria Woodhull--Woman of Suffrage and Scandal

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Victoria Woodhull was known as one of the boldest and most scandalous women of late 19th century America. She crusaded for women's legal, political and sexual independence, while accomplishing a number of women's firsts--running for president, addressing a congressional committee, and running a Wall Street brokerage. As an advocate for women's sexual freedom, she railed against the hypocrisy of the Victorian morality of her day. Explore this fascinating personality through her early years to her colorful New York City life.

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