1. This essay is to be submitted as Midterm Essay #1.In their respective articles (Enfranchisement of Women, Ain’t I a Woman?, and Why I Became a Woman’s-Rights Man), John Stuart Mill, Sojourner Truth, and Frederick Douglass argue that it is time to change society and its view of women in society. How does each author address the issue the role of women in society and what does each offer as a solution?2. This essay is to be submitted as Midterm Essay #2.Discuss the impact of the Declaration of Sentiments and the Equal Rights Amendments (ERA) on the first wave of feminism and American society. What were the original goals of both the Declaration of Sentiments and the ERA? Why did it take so long (75 years) before suffrage was enacted? Why did the Declaration of Sentiments (and therefore, suffrage) succeed and the ERA failed? Finally, what lessons can current feminists learn from the first wave of feminism? Chapter 2 of the Lynne Ford book should be and the film One Woman, One Vote may be referenced!