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Elizabeth Stanton claimed that the denial of women’s rights had not been a transient situation because she said that women wanted to assume a different position from what they have inherited. She said that men and women were created equal. This could not be a transient situation. Women have suffered long enough and that is why they were demanding equality from the government.
The Declaration of Sentiments was the document created after the Seneca Fall Convention of New York, in July 1848. Elizabeth Cady Stanton was one of the organizers as well as Lucretia Moth and Mary Ann McClintock.