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4-1 Discussion: Historical CausalityExcerpt: The lack of money available to pay speakers was complicated by the unrealistic butidealistic idea that suffragists should volunteer their time for the cause. Quoting WendellPhillips, Stanton claimed that “a reformer, to be conscientious, must be free from bread-winning.”19 Suffrage associations were traditionally willing to hire paid organizers butusually did not pay their officers, who were expected to cover the costs of theircorrespondence and travel. Well-off officers could do so (Johnson, 2015, p.66).Discussion:I choose this passage for the discussion, because of two features of historical causalityexist with the Women’s Suffrage Movement. First, the lack of money to pay for speakers.Money played a huge role in the suffrage movement for women. Without enough funding, or

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