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Teaching On Women's Right to Vote (1873)

On Women's Right to Vote (1873)

Susan B. Anthony was a strong supporter of woman's suffrage, or right to vote. In this speech, she defends her decision to illegally vote in a presidential election, claiming all women should have the right to vote.

Susan B. Anthony
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