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Abigail Adams by Natalie S. Bober
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Nov 26, 2010

it was amazing
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Read in April, 2010

I had heard that Abigail Adams advocated women's rights, and better education women, but what you don't normally hear is WHY she advocated those things. This book tells the whole story, with excerpts from Abigail's own letters. She proved with her own life how women can be great influences on the world through their families, working to strengthen their husbands and raise their children toward a future of liberty under a just government.

Highly recommended: easy to read, entertaining, and inspiring for all ages!
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