Podcast: 10 Forgotten Facts about the Women’s Suffrage Movement

August 2020 marked 100 years since women in the U.S. were finally given the right to vote.  Though the Declaration of Independence in 1776 declared that all ‘men’ are created equal, the U.S. Constitution did not grant such equality to women.  For the next 144 years, U.S. women were denied the right to vote, up until the start of the Roaring Twenties in 1920.   So America had the automobile, the telephone, even the airplane, all before women had the equal right to vote, same as men.

Suffragettes protesting for the right to vote
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LOST IN HISTORY Blog/Podcast about key forgotten history still relevant in today's world. Paul Andrews also has 5 historical adventure novels, all available on Amazon.

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