One cannot study the history of democracy in the United States without investigating the courageous vision of Alice Paul. In From equal suffrage to equal rights, Christine Lunardini has written the definitive history of Alice Paul’s contribution to equality and democracy. Lunardini (xiii) documents the efforts of Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Carrie Chapman Catt of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), and Lunardini observes that Carrie Chapman Catt, as leader of NAWSA in 1913, thought that woman suffrage would not be attained in her lifetime.
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(2016). The Suffragettes: Alice Paul. American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science V, 1, 23-46.
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