Biography: Henry Stanton was a 19th century lawyer who was well known as a an orator and writer on social issues, specifically on the abolitionist movement. He wrote newspaper columns and many pamphlets on social issues and was a popular speaker. His political career included two terms in the Massachusetts Senate and one term in the New York Senate. He helped launch the Republican Party in 1855. He died unexpectedly of pneumonia in 1887.

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  1. SEX - Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English
    SEX - Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English

    by Henry Stanton

    SEX - Avoided Subjects Discussed in Plain English
    by Henry Stanton

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    This practical and frankly-worded self-help book was written as a guide to sexual behavior and relationships between men and women and to explain the scientific knowledge of the day about sex. The book was was published in 1922, about 35 years after Henry Stanton's death.

    Categories: Romance, Self-help

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