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This article on the right tells the story of Susan B. Anthony, Dr. Anna Howard Shaw and the gang as they worked the state conventions in a effort to gain the right to vote. In states with large Republican majorities, they swore to vote vote Republican, in states with large Democratic majorities they promised to support that party:

"The State Woman-Suffrage Association should remain non-partisan and each individual woman should feel free to ally herself with whatever party she approves... Thousands of Democrats and tens of thousands of Republicans are in sympathy with Women's Suffrage. It would be folly to alienate them."

     


The Suffragettes Appeal To The States (Literary Digest, 1894)

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