Discussion of "the liberty of the Press" Alexander Hamilton

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The leader was Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who joined in the 1850s, by Susan B. Anthony, who provided the driving leadership of the movement. In 1890, NAWSA (National American Woman Suffrage Association) was led by Carrie Chapman Catt, who aimed at winning the right to vote for women not through the state-by-state efforts that only give them right to vote in nine states; but now, the movement would concentrate on achieving women's suffrage through a constitutional amendment...
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This change of strategy gained much more public supports and helped to swell the members of NAWSA to two million. Although at the beginning, women's political parties were not formed to achieve women's suffrage. However, later on, it did have two key effects: first was to show that women are competent in the political area, and secondly, it brought the idea of female suffrage closer to acceptance...
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