A Lettered History

The Woman’s Exponent published many letters. Some were personal correspondence, for instance, Susan B. Anthony’s letters to Emmeline B. Wells. Most were letters to the editor or to readers at large, such as those reprinted here. Letters nearly always made an effort to admonish others or to effect change, as did the letter from Exponent […]
Rachel Rueckert is the current editor in chief of the Exponent II Magazine. She is the author of EAST WINDS.

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