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Women's Right to Vote

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Today, it is almost impossible to imagine a time when women were not allowed to vote in the United States. But while women are today an important force in the nations government, they were not guaranteed the right to vote until 1920, with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Readers will find out why women were barred from voting in the countrys early history, how they ...more
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published February 1st 2014 by C. Press/F. Watts Trade
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Annie Oosterwyk
Another excellent book in the Cornerstones of Freedom series. I am thinking of all the dusty old books on my shelves this could replace.
The topic of women's suffrage is set up with an analysis of the 2012 election and how women's votes played a deciding role in who became our president.
What follows is a look at women's roles (and restrictions) in American social and legal history IN PLAIN ENGLISH. The book highlights the women who contributed their time and energy to the suffragist cause and a
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Samantha
Jun 19, 2014 Samantha rated it liked it
A good basic overview of the suffrage movement.
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