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The sentence I chose was, "Suffragists understood that they could not depend on men; itwould take the financial support of women to make change for women" (Johnson, 2015).Historical causality exists in that it became clear to suffragists that they couldn't depend on men,and both leaders understood that the employment of women with financial stability andconsiderable wealth would be required. Expenditures such as paying speakers and travelexpenses were a considerable burden. Logistically speaking, the organization of the suffragemovement was equally vital to the success of the movement as the purpose of the movementitself.Regarding the author's thesis, I think it serves to display the difficulties and obstaclesexperienced to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The following sentences, "Since 1960, inaddition to ERA, there had been no fewer than eight major efforts to amend the Constitution.Four amendments were added to the Constitution to deal with poll taxes, participation of D.C. in

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Presidential Elections, Equal Rights Amendment, suffragists

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