Women’s Suffrage: The Movement to Fight for Women’s Right to Vote



Today’s women have the right to vote, but the idea of it being any other way is so inconceivable and foreign to the average person in the developed world that it’s hard to imagine things were so different just a century ago. In the grand scheme of things, a hundred years is little more than a minor episode, so it might as well have been yesterday. And, of course, that’s if we’re focusing exclusively on the United States, where women finally got the right to vote in 1920. Many other countries in the developed world took decades more to make this dream a reality. In many other places in the world, women are still excluded from the political process to at least some degree.
This is a story of struggle and of the major progress that struggle can bring about.

ISBN: 9780648740889
Publisher: Creek Ridge Publishing
Pub Date: 04/2020
Format: Paperback
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 7.99h x 5.00w x 0.17d

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Weight 0.20 lbs
Dimensions 7.99 × 5.00 × 0.17 in