Women 's Suffrage And The Suffrage Movement Essay

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nyone know what the Women’s Suffrage is about? The Women’s Suffrage Movement is about the struggle for women to have equal rights as men such as vote, and run for office.What about the leaders of the suffrage? The most well known women’s rights activists were Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth C. Stanton. Does anyone know what amendment gave women the right to vote? The nineteenth amendment. The nineteenth amendment to the United States forbids any US citizen to be denied the right to vote based on sex. Who knows one of the first bills Obama signed once elected? The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which allows women to have equal pay for equal work, and to protect women from pay discrimination. I would like to inform everyone from the book I read such as, “Women of the Suffrage Movement” by Janice E, Ruth and Evelyn Sinclair about actions took, important leaders of the suffrage, and when women had equal rights. “Women of the Suffrage Movement” , by Janice E. Ruth and Evelyn Sinclair is relevant to american government, because it discusses american women not having equal rights as men to vote, or run for office. I plan to introduce the people of the suffrage, actions took, and events during the suffrage from the book in this analysis, and hope all have a clear understanding that women did not have equal rights as men and were treated differently based on their sex. Some men were against the right for women to vote or run for office because men believed women were inferior, and

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