Supporters of Women's Voting Rights Protest President Woodrow Wilson Ca. 1916Unknown - 1916
At first, President Woodrow Wilson refused to support suffrage for women. However, a steady barrage of protest directed by Alice Paul and the National Woman's Party forced Wilson to change his mind, and in 1918, he urged Congress to pass the Nineteenth Amendment.
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Copyright Date: ©1916
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