Victory for the Vote
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Victory for the Vote

The Fight for Women's Suffrage and the Century that Followed (Book About Womens Right to Vote, Suffragettes, Womens' Suffrage, and Readers of Why They Marched)

By Doris Weatherford

Women’s Rights and the Continuing Fight for Equality

An inspirational gift for women. In her book Victory for the Vote, Women’s history expert Doris Weatherford offers an engaging and detailed narrative history of women’s seven-decade fight for the vote, and the continuing current-day struggle for human rights and equality.

Foreword by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Victory for the Vote puts the fight for suffrage into contemporary context by discussing key challenges for women in the decades that followed 1920, such as reproductive rights, the Equal Rights Amendment, and political power.

Celebrate the Centennial of women’s right to vote in the U.S. Victory for the Vote is an expansion and update of Doris Weatherford’s A History of the American Suffragist Movement, published in 1998 in honor of the 150th anniversary of the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention, considered to be the beginning of the women’s rights movement in the United States.

Read Doris Weatherford’s Victory for the Vote and:

  • Take pride in the struggles and accomplishments of strong women
  • Understand and appreciate the Women’s Suffrage Movement and the Nineteenth Amendment
  • Celebrate feminism and recognize the challenges that still remain on the road to human rights for all

If you enjoyed books such as Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsThe Woman’s HourRad Women WorldwideWarriors Don’t Cry, or The Book of Awesome Women; you will want to read and be inspired by Victory for the Vote.

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