Votes for Women!: The Story of Carrie Chapman Catt

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Morgan Reynolds Pub., Nov 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
Carrie Chapman Catt believed the first step towards women's equality in the United States was to gain women access to the ballot box. She worked to ensure passage of a woman suffrage amendment and advocated human rights and world peace.

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Chapter Four
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Somervill has been a language-arts teacher, an investigative reporter, a corporate writer, an advertising copywriter, a journalist, and a writer.

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