Why Did The 'White House Picket'

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The White House Picket that was spearheaded by Alice Paul because it was a turning point for women fighting for the right to vote. Ms. Paul along with Lucy Burns formed the National Women’s Party that would fight tooth and nail to help women gain the right to vote. The nineteenth amendment was the federal law that would provide voting rights for women. The most famous protest of the group was the White House Picket. Alice Paul and other party members were eventually arrested for protesting and staged hunger strikes, were force fed. There resolve endured and they refused to abandon their
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