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abolitionists were considered to be people who wanted to get rid of a law that was not fair. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a big time helper in the women suffrages movement, you will find more women who helped hopefully when further researching her. Sojourner Truth was an activist back when slaves were just breaking free she wrote many books telling the northerners what was actually going on in the south. Harriet Tubman, and many more.

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Q: Who defended the rights of both slaves and women?
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