This volume of eleven original essays about the struggle for suffrage affords readers the opportunity to revisit an important American political and social movement. Part of the Viewpoints on American Culture series, Votes for Women develops not just the chronological framework of suffrage organization. but the essays also develop new and sometimes controversial interpretations about leaders, strategies, and the way suffrage intersected with other national issues. The result is a series of rich new perspectives on how women got the vote and why it took so long.

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