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Votes for Women

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In January 1917, a group of women organized by the National Woman’s Party began picketing in front of the White House in protest of President Woodrow Wilson’s failure to support a suffrage amendment. These “silent sentinels,” so-called because of their silent protest, faced frequent attack by angry mobs as well as arrest. Among them were More

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