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4-1 Discussion: Historical Causality Choose a sentence or short section from the article embedded in your web text reading about the women's suffrage movement. Copy and paste the sentence or section into your discussion board post. Along with this sentence or section, briefly explain how your choice illustrates the concept of historical causality. “Burned by her experience with Phillips, Anthony wanted wealthy women to prioritize giving to the movement. Suffragists understood that they could not depend on men; it would take the financial support of women to make change for women. It was only after Anthony's death in 1906, however, that they began to contribute enough money to turn the tide toward victory.” The leaders of the movement understood they could not rely on men to support their cause for the right to vote. They knew they had to find upper class women to financially support their cause, because without their support they would not have been able to pay speakers or for their travel throughout the country to unite women nationwide. The support from these women kept
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