Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

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Wiley, Oct 17, 2003 - History - 224 pages
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User Review  - Bronwyn - Goodreads

Interesting book. It's really an introduction to the fight for woman suffrage. I'd like something a bit more detailed and in depth, but this was a fine starting point. Read full review

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User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

Currently on Chapter 1 Thus far, this is a really accessible, popular treatment of the woman suffrage movement in the US--something I've been struggling to find! (I was looking for something that ... Read full review


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ELEANOR CLIFT is a contributing editor for Newsweek, where she reports on the White House, presidential politics, and a variety of national issues. She is a regular panelist on the nationally syndicated TV show The McLaughlin Group and a political analyst for the Fox News Network. With her husband, Tom Brazaitis, she is the author of Madam President and War Without Bloodshed.

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