Jailed for Freedom: American Women Win the Vote
DescriptionA firsthand account of the National Woman's Party, which organized and fought a fierce battle for passage of the 19th Amendment. The suffragists endured hunger strikes, forced feedings, and jail terms. First written in 1920 by Doris Stevens, this version was edited by Carol O'Hare. Includes an introduction by Smithsonian curator Edith Mayo, along with appendices, an index, historic photos, and illustrations.
March 21, 1995
6.03 X 0.59 X 9.02 inches | 0.79 pounds
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