In 1929, the Privy Council declared that women were persons, making it possible for Canadian women to be appointed to the Senate. Behind it all was Nellie McClung- lecturer, teacher, suffragist, temperance worker, legislator and writer. Considered a holy terror by some and a latter-day Joan of Arc by others, Nellie McClung fought tirelessly to make the world a better place for women and their children. Sowing the Seeds of Danny became an instant hit and its sequel, Second Chance, was published two years later, thus establishing Nellie McClung as one of the more popular writers of her day.
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