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DaigreBrittany DaigreProfessor Steve RyanENGL 105July 22, 2018Carrie Chapman Catt: Women’s SuffrageCarrie Chapman Catt, leader of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA)lobbied for women’s right to vote[His09].On November 4, 1917 her speech addressed toCongress argued women should be granted the right to vote.The author asserts women’ssuffrage is inevitable.The argument is successful because women are just as capable as men touse critical thinking, logic and sound judgement to vote within political elections.TheNineteenth Amendment to the U.S Constitution granted American women the right to vote, itended close to a century of protest (Staff).Women deserve to be treated equally as men by giventhe right to vote.This is a logical argument; the rationale women should be allowed to vote are proven tobe true. Carrie Catt uses a combination of pathos and logos to influence her audience.She statesfacts in a logical manner by giving the past history of the United States founded on the principlesof liberty that led to the American Revolution:“Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed.” The Colonistswon, and the nation which was established as a result of their victory has held unfailing

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