Read the excerpt from a history of women’s suffrage by stanton, anthony, and gage. the broader demand for political rights has not commanded the thought its merits and dignity should have secured. while complaining of many wrongs and oppressions, women themselves did not see that the political disability of sex was the cause of all their special grievances, and that to secure equality anywhere, it must be recognized everywhere. like all disfranchised classes, they begun by asking to have certain wrongs redressed, and not by asserting their own right to make laws for themselves. which statement paraphrases the authors’ argument? women should try to speak up in public. women’s personal dignity is not respected. women have many complaints that they want to voice. women’s lack of political rights is the root of their troubles.
The statement which paraphrases the authors’ argument is:
Women’s lack of political rights is the root of their troubles.
In the above excerpt, the real cause of the suffrage of the women has been highlighted. The author tries to point out the root cause of the suffering of women which is not possessing a right to vote. Since women are so engaged in seeking their rights and freedoms in other sectors that the political right, which is the most important right is been neglected.
The statement that paraphrases the authors’ argument is "Women’s lack of political rights is the root of their troubles."
Explanation: Just to elaborate a little on the answer, it can be added that in this excerpt from the 19th book A History of Women’s Suffrage the authors are arguing that women had been taking an incorrect approach when attempting at putting an end to the way they had been socially and politically treated. Instead of identifying that by not being allowed to make laws that acknowledged and protected their rights they were experiencing all those "wrongs and oppressions," they simply kept complaining and asking society to correct those grievances.
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