By Katherine H. Adams
Simply because students have normally purely tested the efforts of yank suffragettes on the subject of electoral politics, the historical past books have mostly neglected the genuine tale of what those girls sought to achieve--and ultimately did achieve--far open air the world of balloting reform. even though Stanton, Anthony, and Mott are definitely the easiest recognized figures of the woman's suffrage stream, all have been useless greater than a decade ahead of girls truly completed the vote. girls like Alice Paul, Louisine Havemeyer, and Mary Church Terrell carried on their paintings, placing their crusade reports to paintings lengthy after the nineteenth modification was once ratified. This booklet tells the tale of ways those ladies made an indelible mark on American heritage in fields starting from schooling to artwork, technological know-how, publishing, and social activism.
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The New York World noted, “The militant suffragists are exercising no right whatever unless it is the right to make fools of themselves. , the professional paciﬁsts and the pro–German propagandists, they are serving the Kaiser to the best of their ability and calling it a campaign for equal suf- In America 23 frage” (Comments of the Press). In a letter sent to the editor of the Chattanooga Times and other papers, Ida Harper of NAWSA, perhaps exaggerating somewhat, estimated that over seven hundred editors had taken a similarly critical stance (Letter to the Editor).
Blatch ever did,” a large torch 44 After the Vote Was Won meant to link women with the American Revolution and with American patriotism (“The Suffrage Torch” 532). In the western part of the state, using a lunch wagon as a speaker’s stand, she greeted male workers at noon as she “lifted the torch as high as I could and for once I did not have to think — the words came to me as if by inspiration…. ” Then that night in Beeman, New York, she spoke at a street meeting: “I began with a few boys and ended with a big crowd” (“The Suffrage Torch” 534).
He gives “words, and words, and words,” she claimed, words that did not indicate real support for suffrage, words that he never backed up with real action (“President’s Words Burned” 7). On that day, several suffragists gave speeches to reinforce the message of the burning quotations. ” Many years later, Paul described this rhetorical act to an interviewer: We had a sort of perpetual ﬂame going in an urn outside our headquarters in Lafayette Square. I think we used rags soaked in kerosene. It was really very dramatic, because when President Wilson went to Paris for the peace conference, he was always issuing some wonderful, idealistic statement that was impossible to reconcile with what he was doing at home.
After the Vote Was Won: The Later Achievements of Fifteen Suffragists by Katherine H. Adams