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And yet they persisted: how American women won the right to vote

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Wiley Blackwell,
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2020.
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"This scholarly-based, popularly written text engages students with the history of how women overcame two centuries of discrimination, property foreclosures, rotten eggs, jail time, state and federal defeats and racism to win the right to vote. How Women Won the Vote will serve as a welcome text in courses in U.S., Women's Political, or Cultural history. It will also be useful as a reference for graduate seminars or colloquia"--
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subject_facetWomen -- Suffrage -- United States -- History
title_displayAnd yet they persisted : how American women won the right to vote
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Suffrage
Women