Woodrow Wilson Women's Right To Vote Essay

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In my opinion, Woodrow Wilson's address to the suffrage of women's rights to vote was a noble one overall. Although my views of the entire ordeal starting with the original Bill to be passed on January 12, 1918, to his senate address on September 30, 1918 are all a bit farfetched. After doing much needed research, I discovered that originally President Wilson was actually against the bill all together. In fact, he appealed the bill twice before its passing on June 4, 1919. With that being said, how could a man claim to be for women's rights when he alone also appealed for the passing of women's rights to vote. One major quote from his address comes to mind in analyzing the entire sequence of events as a whole. The quote states "We have made

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