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  • Hi im Sylvester Graham. What is this I see? There is a reason that I say that plain and cold foods are better. It is better for one's health and diet.
  • See,women are very important to society. This is why they deserve more rights. They already do so much for their home, so why not give them a public role?
  • Sir, please help us. It appears that the food my wife and I eat are not compatible with our health,but we don't know any substitutes.
  • That’s more like it plain foods are best, foods like crackers, now all of your health and diets will be better because heated foods contaminate and degrade internal organs. Lucretia Mott also has a lot in store, let's go see what she’s working on.
  • Thank you Sylvester, our health has greatly improved since we started this diet.
  • haha women are dumb and worthless. What low life creatures.
  • Hey, im Lucretia Mott.Bruh what is this bs? Literally women are not toys, yall men can't just use them and throw them away like they aren't humans. Women have feelings too and they are very important to society.
  • We women are capable of engaging in public roles. You don't have power over us.
  • We women are stronger together and that one day we will gain our rights as women.
  •  Yes, sir we were honored to be apart of this. We look forward to our next mission.
  • I applaud everyone for your good work in solving these social issues and restoring dignity within the people. You will always be remembered in history for  your effective contributions in these reformation movements 
  • Sources:Cremin, Lawrence A. “Horace Mann.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 29 July 2019, “Horace Mann.”, A&E Networks Television, 16 Apr. 2019, Michals, Debra. “Lucretia Mott.” National Women's History Museum, Norwood, Arlisha R. “Dorothea Dix.” National Women's History Museum, Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. “Dorothea Dix.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 13 July 2019, Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. “Sylvester Graham.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 7 Sept. 2019, 
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