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Woman suffrage and politics : the inner story of the suffrage movement

Author: Carrie Chapman Catt; Nettie Rogers Shuler
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. : William S. Hein, 2005.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carrie Chapman Catt; Nettie Rogers Shuler
ISBN: 1575888327 9781575888323
OCLC Number: 56413175
Notes: Originally published: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1926.
Description: xii, 504 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. How the woman suffrage movement began --
2. The averted triumph --
3. That adjective male --
4. The negro's hour --
5. Negro suffrage as a political necessity --
6. The first victory --
7. Politics after the war --
8. Two amendments and many women --
9. The woman's hour that never came --
10. The invisible enemy --
11. Special handicaps and hazards --
12. A new impulse --
13. Illinois: a turning point --
14. The story of Ohio --
15. The story of Iowa --
16. Woman suffrage by federal amendment --
17. The crises of 1916 --
18. The fighting forces --
19. The decisive battle --
20. More victories and more defeats --
21. The Congress of the United States surrenders --
22. Campaigning for ratification --
23. Hard work for special sessions --
24. The legal tests begin --
25. Adding up the ratification column --
26. Last of all suffrage conventions --
27. The opposition grows grimmer --
28. The struggle for the thirty-sixth state --
29. The supreme court speaks --
30. Tennessee --
31. The states that did not ratify --
32. Conclusion
Responsibility: by Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Shuler.

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