Should Women Be Allowed To Vote Pros And Cons

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Women have not always had the right to vote in the United States. It was a very long and tiring process to get women rights. For centuries, women had been denied the right to vote and other rights. For over seventy years they fought for freedom and numerous rights for women. After the first meeting on July 19th at Seneca Falls in New York, abolitionists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony planned meetings to work on getting more rights for women (“The women 's rights movement”). After a significant amount of fighting and convention after convention to try and gain rights, they came up with a solution, this solution was Amendment 19. This Amendment would give women more rights that men have and the expectations that everyone would expect of women (“Passage of the 19th Amendment”). Women 's suffrage was important and gave women the right to vote and more access to education.
During the Women 's
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On August 18th, 2015 we celebrated the 95th anniversary of the passing of the 19th amendment. This was a date marked in history that women would be able to vote. Women being allowed to vote is a great thing because it shows love and equality through everyone. The 19th amendment is still intact today and is still followed. Women can still vote, work, and have the right to education. Everyone can now vote if they are an US citizen and fit the requirements that the amendment and constitution have (“The Women 's right movement”). The first meeting which was in New York was the meeting that started the debate to women 's suffrage. There became a bond while fighting for the rights of women. Once Anthony and Stanton died before women could get the chance to vote other abolitionists took charge and still fought for women 's rights. At first voting was only in specifically states but then finally spreaded to the whole US. The amendment passed in both the house and the senate making it possible for women to

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