“By the time women won the right to vote in the United States on August 26, 1920, they and the men who struggled along-side them had been fighting for 72 years-a lifetime. Many who were there at the beginning did not live to celebrate the victory. The struggle was not only long but arduous. It took the relentless efforts of women and men across the country in local battles, state conventions, and federal campaigns to pull it off. Importantly, many women and men in Ohio played crucial roles in this long struggle. . . .”

Rebels in Corsets-Susan Trollinger

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