Votes For Women: Mobilizing Woman-Power
The Library of Congress' American Memory Project - Votes For Women: National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection 1848-1921: Mobilizing Woman-Power. This book by Elizabeth Cady Stanton's daughter emphasizes the importance of women's contributions to World War I. It helps demonstrate the link British and American suffragists were making between wartime sacrifice and women's disenfranchisement. There is an interesting foreword by Theodore Roosevelt, which reveals his position on woman suffrage.
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The Library of Congress' American Memory Project