Modern readers view Martha Jefferson Randolph in a different light. This epilogue suggests that her story as the daughter of an American icon yields new insights into how women could be political long before suffrage, and how the manners and mores of domesticity could infiltrate and influence sociability and public life. It also describes Sarah Randolph's short biography of her grandmother in a collection titled “Worthy Women of Our First Century.”
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