Women Preservers and Propagators Of Liberty As Teachers Of The Human Race Audio
Women have played a great, yet often unheralded role in the birth of America and advancement of liberty. Since men have filled most positions of leadership in society, they generally are more visible when events are examined. Daniel Webster said of women: "Yet, great as their influence thus exercised undoubtedly is, it escapes observation in such a manner that history rarely takes much account of it." McDowell shows how women have been the preservers and propagators of liberty as teachers of the human race. Numerous examples are given including Susannah Wesley, Abigail Adams, Sarah Edwards, Benjamin West's Mother, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Phillis Wheatley, and more.
- Audio cassette
- 05 Nov 2002
- PROVIDENCE FOUNDATIONS #735