The Woman's Hour

The Woman's Hour

The Great Fight to Win the Vote

Book - 2018
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An account of the 1920 ratification of the constitutional amendment that granted voting rights to women traces the culmination of seven decades of legal battles and cites the pivotal contributions of famous suffragists and political leaders.
Publisher: New York : Viking, c2018
ISBN: 9780525429722
0525429727
Branch Call Number: 324.62309 W4362W 2018
Characteristics: 404 pages, [32] unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm

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GummiGirl
Apr 12, 2018

A sharp snapshot of a political battle that marked the end of a very long war. Of course many of the issues are still with us a century later, and a certain presidential candidate bears some similarities to the current incumbent. But it's really about Tennessee in 1920 and the major forces in that world.

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StarGladiator
Mar 12, 2018

Until the American voter begins voting in larger numbers, this book is purely antithetical.
[Notice I shall refrain from touching upon a primary reason for women getting the vote in 1920: they came out in large numbers to pass Prohibition, which led to an explosion in the banksters and their crime syndicates, leading to the Great Crash {part Mellon's sucking-blood-from-a-turnip economic warfare policies/part laundering all that money from illegal sale of alcohol through the stock exchange} - - well done! And now we have Trump . . .]

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