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Hill 1Sherelle HillProfessor Ryan HarperENGL 10226 May 2019Critical Evaluation EssayIn November 1917, in Washington, D.C., Carrie Chapman Catt delivered an address toCongress on Women’s Suffrage. The purpose of this address was to get the men of Congress tounderstand that women’s suffrage was coming no matter what and they should learn to accept itrather than reject it. Carrie was big on women’s rights and women having equal powers as men.Her address to congress was a very successful and powerful speech. Carrie Chapman Catt usedhistory, logos, pathos, and ethos in her address to Congress to show the importance of acceptingwomen’s suffrage.Carrie begins her address with her thesis statement “Woman suffrage is inevitable”(Eidenmuller). She also goes on to state that there are three causes which makes women’ssuffrage inevitable. She opens her address up by providing facts about the country’s history. Byusing facts from the country’s history, Carrie is showing that she is a creditable source to deliverthe address because she indeed knows what she is talking about. Carrie also goes on to quote

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