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Women's Suffrage by Mind Map: Women's Suffrage
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Women's Suffrage

By the early 1960's the movement enjoyed a rebirth and by 1970's the National Organization for women gain strength to push for equal rights amendment to the constitution.

Reform movement aimed for equal rights for men and women. They wanted payment of taxes and the same marital status.

Susan B. Anthony

Founder of the National Women's Suffrage Association

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In 1920 the constitution of the United States was amended giving women the right to vote.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Stanton was elected as NAWSA first president but was replaced by Susan B. Anthony in 1892.  She was concern about women's parental and custody rights, property rughts, employment and income rights, divorce laws, the economic health of the family, and bitrth control.

She also supported the temperance movement.

This reform movement changed America in a lot of ways. First Women now are less discriminated because now women and men are equal, they are able to go to school and have a job. Then, most women are independent and have the right to get divorce, most laws protect her and have legal rights.

Sonia Sotomayor plays a role in the woman's rights since she's part of the Supreme Court.