Today in History
February 14, 1920
Big League Players
In the same year that women finally gained the right to vote, a group of female suffragists led by Carrie Chapman Catt turn their attention to educating voters and influencing public policy and legislation. Through the years, the nonpartisan group has developed a reputation for well-informed, grassroots advocacy work on issues that currently range from campaign finance and health care reform to climate change.
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SLIDESHOW: A photographic essay of how women won the vote
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