Suffragists and Democrats; the politics of woman suffrage in America.
By: Morgan, David.Material type: TextPublisher: [East Lansing] Michigan State University Press, 1972Description: 225 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): Women -- Suffrage -- United States -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Suffragists and Democrats.; Online version:: Suffragists and Democrats.DDC classification: 324/.3/0973
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Bibliography: p. 201-219.
Introduction. The woman suffrage movement: birth to adolescence. -- Section I. The vital link: woman suffrage finds its audience. The change in law ; The change in education ; The change in the economy. -- Section II. Prelude: the political swim. Political change to 1915 ; The woman suffrage movement and its problems. -- Section III. Armageddon: battle in Congress. Election year: 1916 ; Congressional battle: defeat in the Senate ; Republican victory? ; Ratification of an amendment ; Liquor, cotton, and suffrage. -- Conclusion. Woman suffrage and American federalism ; Woman suffrage and Negro movements ; Failed revolution?: feminism since 1920.