Women Suffrage Essay Outline

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The Women Suffrage Alexis Kallenborn Mrs. T. Westling English III 13 October 2017 Outline Thesis Statement: Due to the Hardiments of Determined Females, Because of their Hostile feelings towards Woman Suffrage, Society began to view them as a part of the Union. Introduction I. Suppressed Women of the 19th Century Women 's Role in Society Woodrow Wilson 's Beliefs. The Society 's beliefs on Woman Suffrage II. Woman Suffrage Movement Susan Brownell Anthony 's contribution Carrie Chapman Catt 's contribution III. Life after the 19th Amendment was Ratified Females Versus Males Women 's Adjustments to the 19th Amendment Society 's Reactions to the Change Conclusion The Women’s Suffrage Era “The only Question left to…show more content…
Women eventually became repulsive against the standards of which they were being held to, yet they had to remain quiet. Several organizations were created regarding women’s suffrage. Many of the organizations had committed members who devoted all of their free time to the organization. Susan Brownell Anthony was one of those committed members. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts. She became interested in Women suffrage at a young age. She practically devoted her life to the Women’s Suffrage Movement. Anthony’s father worked as a farmer. Eventually he became wealthy by starting a cotton mill. Despite their, wealth they lived a simple life. Keeping up with their Quaker faith. Quakers believed in equality between the sexes. Anthony was raised in an environment filled with outspoken women resulting in her outspoken personality. In 1849, Anthony quit her job and rejoined her parents, who moved to Rochester Newyork, where Anthony became intrigued with the fight for women 's suffrage. Anthony 's participation in several organizations and outspoken nature made her a target for criticism. The editors of the newspaper attempted to perceive her to the public as a “bitter spinster” who only had interest in Women Suffrage because she could not find a husband, when in fact Anthony had received numerous proposals all of which she had refused. She felt that if she were to get married she would
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