Women Rights - Women’s Sufrage Women’s sufrage started...

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Women’s Suffrage Women’s suffrage started in 1848-1920 where they didn’t give women's the right to vote because they were considered objects that were less than mans, they were considered as ignorant. Women’s were trained to clean, wash, to be a full mother, walk and talk. They treated women’s wrong, in the formation of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, and the passage of the nineteenth amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote. They worked to earn the rights to vote. Women deserved the same rights and responsibilities as men because women are the same as men they wanted to prove them right because men finally allowed it. Women by the name of Alice Paul came from England and started to campaign in the USA for women's right to voting. In the late 1800's black men won the right to vote, and women were upset that both didn't win the right to vote. During the time when black men were on the verge of getting the vote white women didn't want black women "fighting
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