Refashioning the Mind: The Revolutionary Rhetoric of Voltairine de Cleyre

@article{DeLamotte2003RefashioningTM,
  title={Refashioning the Mind: The Revolutionary Rhetoric of Voltairine de Cleyre},
  author={Eugenia C. DeLamotte},
  journal={Legacy},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={153 - 174}
}
A revolution means some great and subversive change in the social institutions of a people, whether sexual, religious, political, or economic. The movement of the Reformation was a great religious revolution; a profound alteration in human thought,--a refashioning of the human mind. Voltairine de Cleyre, "The Mexican Revolution" (302) It has often been said to me, by women with decent masters, who had no idea of the outrages practiced on their less fortunate sisters, "Why don't the wives leave… 
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