Elsie Lincoln Benedict

Elsie Lincoln Benedict was considered the world's most famous lecturer during the 1920s, speaking to over 3 million people in her lifetime and writing on what Napoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie and a long list of men would do later. She was an American suffragist leader representing the State of Colorado for the Women's Right to Vote. Benedict was a pioneer and well respected expert in the fields of psychoanalysis, sociology, and biology.
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