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How come women like us don't get to vote, but men do?
Yeah, it seems really stupid how we are getting more economic opportunities and freedoms by working in the factories, but we still don't have representation in the government!
VOTING BOOTH (MEN ONLY)
We're tired of this! We are going to arrange a convention to fight for women's suffrage!
That's such a good idea! We want the right to vote now!
On this day in 1848, we, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, seek to rewrite the Declaration of Independence so that it includes the rights of women!
Us women are tired of not being represented in the government! Women are equal to men, and women need to stop being mistreated by this sexist society!
On August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment of the Constitution was ratified. This guaranteed women the right to vote.
Us Congressmen have decided that women shall be granted the right to vote! Today we pass the 19th Amendment, which will allow women to be able to vote!
Hooray! Now we are one step closer towards being equal to men!
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