Why did many American women oppose the struggle for female voting rights? Should scholars dismiss these women as actors on the “wrong side of history” or does their political activism offer important lessons to twenty-first century jurists, lawmakers, and activists?


Linda Kerber, Chapter 3: “Wherever you Find Taxey, There Votey Will be Also,” No Constitutional Right to Be Ladies (1998)

Nell Irvin Painter, “Voices of Suffrage: Sojourner Truth, Frances Watkins Harper, and the Struggle for Woman Suffrage,Preview the document” Votes for Women: The Struggle for Suffrage Revisited, edited by Jean H. Baker (2002)

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