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Jailed For Freedom: A First-Person Account of the Militant Fight for Women's Rights

Author: Doris Stevens. Angela P. Dodson, intro.

Jailed For Freedom: A First-Person Account of the Militant Fight for Women's Rights

Author: Doris Stevens. Angela P. Dodson, intro.

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Item #: D30170
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 320
Publication Date: 2020
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal
ISBN: 9780762470365
At a time when President Woodrow Wilson's administration refused to acknowledge women's voting rights as a meaningful issue, the National Woman's Party coalesced, organized, and fought a fierce battle for the ratification of the 19th Amendment. In this reissued 1920 memoir, activist Doris Stevens (1888-1963) chronicles her experiences on the front lines and ... More
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At a time when President Woodrow Wilson's administration refused to acknowledge women's voting rights as a meaningful issue, the National Woman's Party coalesced, organized, and fought a fierce battle for the ratification of the 19th Amendment. In this reissued 1920 memoir, activist Doris Stevens (1888-1963) chronicles her experiences on the front lines and details the bravery of the women who picketed daily outside the White House, risking abuse, ridicule, and arrest for the cause.


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