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Many of us push on with books even when discovering a bias in the author.
It has provided me with a picture of the 1800's, women's lives and the struggle for women's rights that I was very ignorant about before.
LOL Goldsmith is such a good writer, in her introduction she described some of the surprises she noticed as she researched this book.
The book is OK, but I found nothing to like about Victoria Woodhull. Her whole life was like a circus performance. I don't believe in spiritualism. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marc Lichtman
A must read for all women. This is about our struggle and the obstacles that we faced then are still obstacles we face now. MUST MUST READ!Published 7 months ago by Candice
A slice of history that you won't get in school. In fact I doubt that women's studies depts of colleges even know about some of these women.Published 9 months ago by Lisa A. Thomas
What more could you ask for than a story interlacing spiritualism, suffrage, and sex?! Goldsmith masterfully tells us the story of Victoria Woodhull. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alicia Crumpton
This is a fascinating read about a time in history that I knew little about. It is engaging, interesting, filled with good information and doesn't bog down (well - except a little... Read morePublished 16 months ago by E. Newberg
I never particularly like American History as it was taught when I was growing up (memorizing lots of names of men, battles, and dates) - it was boring and didn't make a lot of... Read morePublished 17 months ago by musicforever
Fascinating book on a subject that doesn't get much attention - history of spiritualism and Victoria Woodhull. Recommended for sure. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jill Stevens