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Wood·hull(wo͝od′hŭl′), Victoria Claflin 1838-1927.
American reformer. An outspoken advocate of woman suffrage and free love, she was the first woman to run for the US presidency (1872).
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Victoria Claflin, 1838–1927, U.S. social reformer, newspaper publisher, and women's-rights advocate.
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