As the suffrage movement entered the 20th century, it gained momentum as a flood of states passed their own suffrage amendments and World War I loomed. However, not all women were supportive of the pending 19th Amendment to the US Constitution.
In this episode of “Prologued,” we discuss the heyday of the suffrage movement and the women who opposed their own enfranchisement.
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