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Posted February 1, 2013
A sad but compelling story. Craddock was anything but normal--she was brilliant--but the persecution she suffered was enough to drive her mad. Anyone interested in women's roles in society at the turn oft the 20th century will find this book fascinating. Craddock has never had the fame of Lucy Stone or the other fighters for women's freedom from female slavery, but Schmidt has brought her to the fore. Moreover, Schmidt has put another hail into the coffin of Anthony Comstock, one man who should live in infamy. Well-written, well researched.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.