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24 February, 01:08

Who founded the National Woman's Party and called for a constitutional

amendment to give women the right to vote?

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  1. 24 February, 02:48
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    Born in a family which had a Quaker's back ground, Alice Paul was less involved in worldly quests. She finished her higher studies in England.

    She was scared of public speaking but the tactics which she had gained abroad she organized a rally with huge banners that questioned Mr. President about the amendment of the constitution regarding women enfranchisement right. The women marched words the white house with huge banners which was speaking loud but they called themselves to be silent sentinels.

    Woodrow Wilson had given his approval for woman suffrage and that public march had meant a lot for Alice Paul more than victory.
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