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Surname 1Title:Name:Professor:Date:Address to the Congress on Women’s Suffrage-Carrie Chapman CattAuthor’s IntentionThis was a speech given by Mrs. Carrie Catt on women's right or suffrage and which broughtattention to the Congress on the unfair treatment of women. She lamented on women beingtreated poorly by being denied their right such as voting right. However, the author was not onlytalking to the Congress but also initiated different projects in order to create awareness about thisissue to the public(Farrell and Christine, pg. 9). Her intention was to make or treat women liketheir male counterparts and have the right to vote like everyone else. Carrie made all her call fittogether by being a NAWSA (National American Woman Suffrage Association) a position whereshe expressed her that woman’s suffrage was inevitable. ClaimThe claim of Carrie's address is the women suffrage. She based her claim on ethos (figures) andfacts from the country’s history, reasoning, logic, and common sense (logos). For instance, Carrie

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