Harriet Beecher Stowe drew upon both suffrage and antisuffrage ideals to create an optimistic and multidimensional vision of progressive womanhood. In My Wife and I, her opus on the woman question, Stowe reinforces the home as America's essential space, illustrates how women exert control, and endorses women pursuing careers.

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