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True or False? Susan B. Anthony won the right to vote in a U.S. election.

False! Only men were allowed to vote in her lifetime. Susan B. Anthony fought hard for women's voting rights. She wanted men and women to live as equals. She didn't live to see her dream come true, but her work paid off when women won the fight to vote in 1920, fourteen years after her death.

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Paperback, 48 pages
Published September 24th 2006 by Barnes & Noble (first published 2006)
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this is a perfect biography for 3rd graders. simple enough to read but includes all the important pieces of a biography.
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Stephanie Sammartino McPherson wrote her first children's story in college. She enjoyed the process so much that she's never stopped writing. A former teacher and freelance newspaper writer, she has written twenty-eight books and numerous magazine stories. She especially enjoys writing about science and the human interest stories behind major discoveries.

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