The Seneca Falls convention offers an excellent case study in themany intertwined reform movements of the time. A comparison of the wording of the Declaration of Independence and that of the Seneca Falls Declaration is a good place to start.Although students today may be well aware of the inequalities evident in modern life, they (you) may yet have difficulty understanding the strong opposition tothe antislaverymovement, civil rights, Indian’s rights and women’s rights movementsof the 1800s,and how they have transcended. Students must examine oppositionsthat revealeda great deal. Thesemovements represented a kind of attack on an entire way of life; and the truths held to be “self –evident” varied greatly among different groups in society. Students may discuss more current issues such as Gay Marriage, Women rights,DACA(Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) Human Rights.Some abolitionists at the time felt that the issue of Women’s Rights, especially Suffrage, might negatively affect support for the antislavery cause.But it is clear that women’s involvement with that cause played an important part ininspiring them to seek equal rights for themselves. Would either movement would have been successful if others had not entered the fray? All papers must consist of an Introductory Paragraph, Body Paragraph, Concluding Paragraph and Work Site/ Reference Page. Student’s papers must be Typed, Double Spaced, Arial –Font 12 and Justified.