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Don't let her proper posture and folded hands fool you -- Susan B. Anthony has a long history of speaking her mind! Even before she lead the charge for women's suffrage, she was fighting for the rights of African-Americans and the poor. She became famous for joining forces with her friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton and starting up the women's suffrage movement.
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