Thesis: Both of the Women's Rights Movements achieved different outcomes however the methods they used to try and develop a greater role for women in society were very much alike. Through political, social, and economical efforts, women were able to succeed toward equality amongst the people of America.
Both Women's Rights Movements tried to gain more rights for women, through verbal and written communications; like speeches, books, documents, petitions, etc. These various steps that Women's Rights supporters took, enabled the women of America to have equal rights under the Constitution today. In both the early Women's Rights movement and the later Women's Suffrage Movement the main goal was to develop a greater role for women in their society. Politically, economically, and socially, women were seen as less superior to white males. Women were denied of many rights and privileges whether they were black or white, free or enslaved, rich or poor. Many Women's Rights supporters were also abolitionist so after fighting for slaves and African American's rights, women began to realize that many of these rights that they were fighting for African American's to obtain, they were denied of too. As a result of this, the lack of equality amongst people of America became more prominent to women and pushed women to stand up and fight for what they knew they deserved.