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Theodore Roosevelt Who was Emmeline Pankhurst? She influenced Alice Paul, leader in Great Britain for the suffrage movement How many suffragists participated in the 1913 parade in Washington, D.C.? 8,000 people What was the Congressional Union? Lucy burns and alice paul's organization Alice Paul specifically recruited women with ties to which of the following? Labor movement Participation Questions In 1914, Alice Paul held which of the following political parties responsible for the failure to enact women’s suffrage? Democrats because they were in office Jeanette Rankin represented which of the following states in Congress? Montana Who replaced Anna Howard Shaw as the leader of the National Woman Suffrage Association? Cary Chapman Catt In what area of the country was there the most resistance to women’s suffrage? Southern states
One Woman, One Vote What happened in July 1917? US entered WW1 What was Carrie Chapman Catt’s reaction to the picketing outside of the White House? National organization was upset with alice paul's organization because they feel it went against the strategy Why did President Woodrow Wilson begin supporting women’s suffrage? He was doing it for political reasons to cultivate women votes How close was the Senate vote for the Susan B. Anthony Amendment in June 1919? One Vote shy How many states were needed to ratify the amendment? 36 Needed Why did Harry Burn vote for ratification of the amendment? His mother wrote him and told him to vote for it 11/10/20* Suffrage Fifteenth Amendment Divided the Suffrage Movement Some people believed they should oppose the 15th amendment if women's suffrage was not included while others felt they shouldn’t oppose the 15th amendment at all because its so radical so it might not get passed National Woman Suffrage Association Founded by Stanton and Anthony Opposed the Fifteenth Amendment American Woman Suffrage Association Founded by Lucy Stone supported the 15th amendment Political Alliance Temperance movement which is associated with abolition of alcohol
Western States Wyoming Granted suffrage in 1869 as territory, 1890 as a state Impact Jury service women began serving on jurys Other Western States Colorado - 1893 Utah – 1870, repealed in 1887, reinstated in 1896 Utah had issues becoming a state and wanted to become a state so they could elect their own governor Washington – 1883 (1910) Idaho - 1896 Western States Why were the western states more egalitarian? Realities of frontier life Survival gender roles aren’t important when all people must do things to survive Ratio of men to women Other Reasons Creation of new governments Populism Laborers and farmers against big business Suffrage Litigation Minor v. Happersett (1875) 14 th Amendment does not guarantee women the right to vote State Legislation
Unlike the abolitionist movement, the courts were not targeted to attempt to pass suffrage instead they went state by state Changing individual state laws

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