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The Coming Woman: A Novel Based on the Life of the Infamous Feminist, Victoria Woodhull

This book is about Victoria Woodhull
Step into the groundbreaking life of Victoria Woodhull in "The Coming Woman: A Novel Based on the Life of the Infamous Feminist, Victoria Woodhull." Published on August 14, 2014, this novel captures the remarkable journey of the first woman to run for U.S. President, a full fifty years before women achieved the right to vote. Not only did Woodhull shatter political glass ceilings, but she also pioneered on Wall Street, in publishing, and as a leader of the Spiritualist Association. Author Karen Hicks masterfully blends historical accuracy with engaging narrative, transporting readers to the fervor of the late 1800s. Woodhull's audacious campaign tackled issues like equal pay, corporate corruption, and social freedoms—themes strikingly relevant today. This novel is a compelling read for those in adult education who seek to explore the intersections of gender equality, economic justice, and racial justice through the lens of an extraordinary life dedicated to challenging societal norms and advocating for equality.
Published by Sartoris Literary Group on August 14, 2014
336 pages
ISBN: 9781941644119
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