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Notorious Victoria: The Uncensored Life of Victoria Woodhull - Visionary, Suffragist, and First Woman to Run for President

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Dive into the captivating and turbulent life of Victoria Woodhull in "Notorious Victoria: The Uncensored Life of Victoria Woodhull - Visionary, Suffragist, and First Woman to Run for President." Published on January 28, 1998, this acclaimed biography penned by journalist Mary Gabriel has garnered attention for its meticulous research and compelling narrative. Victoria Woodhull was not only the first woman to run for the U.S. presidency but also a pioneering force on Wall Street and an audacious advocate who addressed the U.S. Congress. Her visionary ideas on gender equality, racial justice, and voting rights make her story profoundly relevant today. This book, lauded by critics for exploring the complex facets of Woodhull's life, is an essential read for adult education groups seeking to understand the depths of feminist history and the enduring struggle for equal rights. Engage with the legacy of a woman who was, perhaps, too visionary for her time but whose battles continue to resonate in our current social justice climate.
Published by Algonquin Books on January 28, 1998
336 pages
ISBN: 9781616207526
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