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Ions and yet on they fought I was surprised by the amount of women who were anti suffragettes found their reasons nteresting even somewhat credible looking back on Folk Hats it from today Butt First Steps Painting Watercolors is clear the right to votes a privilege and one hard earned and should not be neglected with mundane excuses According to the other since the eighties women than men have excercisd this right and I can only hope that this continues and multipliesI learned so much history from this book and at times such as when Katt goes to the White House to thank President Wilson for his support and finds after his stroke a wreck of a man I actually got teary eyed Despite this being non fiction I found this to be a very emotional book What an admirable struggle the rights for women which still today has a way to go I received an ARC from NetGalley Popular Woodworking Pocket Shop Reference in exchange for an honest review The Woman s Hour The Great Fight to Win the Vote by Elaine F Weiss follows a handful of brave women who fought for the right to vote with cameos from Woodrow Wilson Warren G Harding Frederick Douglass and Eleanor Roosevelt The narrative presented primarily takes placen Nashville August 1920 By this time only one state Dyeing to Spin Knit: Techniques Tips to Make Custom Hand-Dyed Yarns is reuired for ratification of the nineteenth amendment and everything falls on Tennessee The opposition features politicians with careers at stake liuor companies railroad magnates and racists who don t want black women voting There are also the Antis women who fear that their own enfranchisement will cause the moral collapse of the United States All of these elements come together to face offn Nashville replete with dirty tricks betrayals and bribes bigotry Jack Daniel s and the BibleThis history book by Elaine F Weiss My Old Lady is easily one of the most readable and comprehensive books on the women s suffrage movement focusing on ratification and Tennessee that I have ever had the opportunity to read I ve been reading uite a bit lately about that time period and women s suffrage but thiss hands down the most Broken Prince and Mismatched Eyes informative whent comes to such a key moment Follow Your Dreams in history The author also does a fantastic job ofntegrating history of the movement Fractured Truth (Bone Gap Travellers into the primary as well I for one particularly enjoyed seeing Victoria Woodhull s name get brought up since she s so often left out I m glad that people are really beginning to learn about her life The author also does a great job of starkly laying out all of the movement s detractors so matter of factly detailing their means methods and motivations for being on the other side of history Finally I d also like to mention that Weiss also does a brilliant job of making her history book feelncredibly timely Of course the main events Maigret and the Wine Merchant in the book take place 98 years ago but she still does a fantastic job of making their battle feel like fresh and currentOverall I highly recommend this new non fiction book from Elaine F Weiss all about everything finally coming together after a decades long struggle for women to cast their ballots Every page of thisnspiring 400 page tome s nspiring and well worth your time I will definitely be keeping my eyes out for future projects from this author The year Treacherous (Stepbrother is 1920 Every state but two has voted on the 19th Amendment The two states remaining are Tennessee and North Carolina Theres no uestion that the He, An Irreverent Look At The American Male issue of women votingn NC SELL IT LIKE SERHANT is dead on arrival so all eyes are on TNThe years 1920 It s a presidential election year and the ssue before the country s will t drastically change the face of the electorate 10 weeks before a presidential election Imagine debating an amendment that changed the voting age or allowed Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Czechoslovakia (Favorite Fairy Tales, Book 10) illegalmmigrants to vote weeks before the vote Tennessee s decision literally decides who the next presidentThe The Missing Link issues not just women s rights t s state s rights Ratification will force states opposed to suffrage almost all of the former Confederate States to allow to let women voteThe timing Hands of Flame (Negotiator Trilogy/Old Races Universe is crucial The Amendment passedn Congress Speechless in 1919n part because of the role women played during WW I and the Spanish Flu If Sinister Sprinkles (Donut Shop Mystery, it fails thent might be another generation before the Susan B Anthony Amendment has a chance of passingThe Earthly Delights (Corinna Chapman, issues bigger than women s rights Women Stranded With The Tempting Stranger include black women What role does racism playn the passage or resistance to passage of the Amendment Is the country ready to let black women voteThe 1870 Tennessee Constitution forbade the legislation from considering a federal Amendment until after the November election but the Supreme Court ruled the US Constitution overrode this Still the state legislators could approve reject or delay ratificationElaine Weiss s book The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde Eddie Chase, is fascinating the twists and turnsn the book She tells the story n such a captivating way One of the most surprising aspects of the book s that prior to the section dealing with the debate on the Tennessee Legislative Floor was that most of the Suffs and Antis were women Let me just highlight one section Weiss presents a story When you finish the story the 19th Amendment looks dead Mindhunter in the water One Tennessee legislature however declares that unless divinentervention occurs the amendment Flawd is going to pass What did he know How did he knowtAnother story Sweet Stallion involves a Tennessee state senator Herschel Kandler who makes such a pathetic speech that he antagonized everybody He accuses the legislatures of beingn a petticoat government eg beholden to women Virtually everybody blasts this man But one senator points out that Kandler The County And The Kingdom is so out of touch with reality that he doesn t realize women no longer wear petticoatsThiss one of those rare books that I couldn t put down I was up until 330am finishing Summer Heat! it Thiss the first of several books that I m reading Crushed Ice in preparation for the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment this sets a very high bar for the subject A very strong 5 star review This book was a suffrage thriller It s about the fight to get Tennessee to ratify the 19th amendment andt s a fascinating read It s also super revelatory about the debates today Here are a few takeaways and thoughts 1 The anti suffrage women these are today s conservative women who always seem to be fighting against their own political representation I will never understand t but what was fascinating here s that every single phyllis schlafly and Sarah Palin and Tomi Lahern s today would say that of course they would be fighting for suffrage bu. Y Jack Daniel's and the BibleFollowing a handful of remarkable women who led their respective forces Risking It All into battle along with appearances by Woodrow Wilson Warren Harding Frederick Douglass and Eleanor Roosevelt The Woman's Hours an Dog Food 2 inspiring story of activists winning their own freedomn one of the last campaigns forged n the shadow of the Civil War and the beginning of the great twentieth century battles for civil rights.

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Audiobook read by Elaine Weiss and Tavia GilbertJoining the spirit of women s history month I chose this book Thank you to my friends who read t before me Diane s review saying she believed all women should read this book The Moonshiners Daughter inspired me I m sure glad I did I d add all men should read this too Amen to Women s RightsThis books educationally fascinatingand energetically thrilling NashvilleTennesseeAugust 1920 the most Emmas Orphans important vote all came down to Tennessee They were the last state needed to approve the the 19th Federal Amendment Elaine Weiss gives us ann depth history lesson of what exactly happened during an Saints on Stage intense six week period focusing on women s activism and advocacy It was riveting to follow the line of thoughts between women who were against women s right to vote Suffragists and Opponents called Antis both sides ran a dirty campaign filled with lies betrayal bigotry and liesusing racism and corporate funds for their fightall trying to sway legislators on their side The key players we follow areCarrie Chapman Cattleader of the suffrage cause was only 30 years oldJosephine Pearsonopposed the suffrage She was doing God s will being a dutiful loyal wife and motherSue White Lady Warrior was well respected for her fairness by both women and men The final push for women s right to vote ratification of the 19th amendment looks back on 71 years examining the unfolding conflictsreads like a political thrillersalutes the female leaders whon the face of political racial and economic opposition fought for and won American women s right to vote Excellent researchSkillful entertaining writing made this educational walk back Fading Echoes (Warriors: Omen of the Stars, in timefeel asf we were there Highly childhood happy hours imagined and terrific as an Audiobook The Woman s Hour caught the excitement from Hilary Clinton and Steve Spielberg Great collaboration team to bring to the small screen Learning the details of this history the years and years of hard work down to those final six weeks experiencing the celebration asf this just happenedwas truly exciting Given our own perilous times The Woman s Hour s an nspiration for everyone men women old and young The crusade for women suffrage stands as one of the defining civil rights movement Publish and Perish in the history of our country andts organizing strategies lobbying techniues and nonviolent protest actions became the model for civil rights campaigns to follow n the twentieth and twenty first centuries The start of this book thrilled me We see magery of the Union Station The Book of Lamentations in Nashville 1 Mercury alight on the steeple of Union Station Weiss notes this Mercury depiction as Mrs Catt of NAWSA enters Nashville on the train Apparently Weiss likens Mrs Catt to a divine messenger2 Bas relief of Miss Nashville depicted as goddess over the main entrance of the station Thismagery shows how entrenched the Cult of True Womanhood was Guide Through the Old Testament in early 2oth century Tenneessee3 Bas relief of a LN train and engine bursting forth from a wall In the historical narrative of US American woman s suffrage the LN line fought against woman suffragen Tenneesse This The Best-Case Scenario Handbook is made clearn the book but never explainedBy reading this book I have learned of the progression of middle class women The Last Days of the Romanovs into the public realmDuring the Great Awakenings congregations needed preachers women stepped upDuring the Abolitionist Movement women act as donors orators writersWith the advent of typewriters women start working as typist secretariesDuring the Great War women workedndustrial and communications jobsview spoilerAfter WWI women had as a group learned all they needed to to run two large camps of organizations Suffragists and Antis Both camps did their job of lobbying wellNote There were other jobs middle class women did such as nursing that did not so obviously contribute to women being able to organize service and promote large groups hide spoiler This book chronicles the political showdown between pro and anti women s suffrage forces as they descended on 1920s Nashville when Tennessee became the 36th and last state reuired for ratification of the 19th Amendment This was a tightly fought political battle overflowing with libel bribery and whiskey The Fate of the Romanovs in spite of ProhibitionEven thought s no secret how the story ends most readers will begin to wonder how Miss Julia Takes Over (Miss Julia, in the world will this thing get passed From our perspecti Being a history enthusiast and coming from a maternal line of political junkies the dates 1848 and 1920 were entrenchedn my brain from an early age The years that American women first organized at Seneca Falls New York and then won the right to vote seventy years later are milestone events LOSER in United States history My grandmother liked to remind me that she never missed a trip to the ballot boxn her life from the time she was an eligible voter Yet women s enfranchisement was not an foregone conclusion by any means as a thirty sixth state was needed to win ratification to the Constitution The battle that had been brewing since the nation s Home-Ec 101 inception came down to the Volunteer State of Tennessee As the United States nears the one hundredth anniversary of women s suffrage Elaine F Weiss pays homage to the suffragists and their opponents the antisn The Woman s Hour The Great Fight to Win the Vote Weiss takes readers back to Nashville Tennessee Exterminating Angel in 1920 as the battle for women s suffrage reached an epic conclusion In 1872 young Carrie Lane woke up on Election Day and witnessed her father and the family s farm hands leave to go vote Her mother an educated woman was not journeying with the adults and Carrie asked why not The farm hands mostlylliterate snickered only men were allowed to vote even Culture and Customs of Norway if many college educated women knew about current events than they did This was the law of the land that only men could vote and thencident triggered a spark The Billionaires Secretive Enchantress (The Berutelli Escape, in Carrie Lane that would last the rest of her life Nearly fifty years later Carrie Chapman Catt had devoted her entire life to enfranchising women to vote After attending a rally for suffrage as a young adult Catt had the pleasure of meeting Susan B Anthony founder of the movement along with Elizabeth Cady Stantonn 1848 Catt joined the ranks of Aunt Susan s Girls and the fledgling National American Women s Suffrage Association NAWSA as the women would use any means necessary to achieve full American citizenship through voting A movement Shake, Rattle and Roll is considered successfulf. The nail biting climax of one of the greatest political victories n American history the down and dirty campaign to get the last state to ratify the 19th amendment granting women the right to voteNashville August 1920 Thirty five states have ratified the Nineteenth Amendment twelve have rejected or refused to vote and one last state s needed It all comes down to Tennessee the moment of truth for the suffragists after a sev.

It swells The Weavers Idea Book in ranks and splintersnto multiple groups that differ n deology yet have the end goal of achieving the same dream This occurred The Road to There in 1908 with the women s movement when Alice Paul broke ranks and founded the National Women s Party NWP While the women of NAWSA practiced nonviolence after seeing how abolitionists lead by Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison achieved an end to slavery and gained black men s voting the women of the NWP used a model practiced by English suffragists lead by Emmeline Pankhurst Pankhurst would use any means necessary to achieve suffrage and Paul followed her lead holding rallies at the White House and burning the President s likenessn effigy Many of her members saw jail time earned Prison Pins and traveled the country on the Jail time Special to canvass for suffrage Not all women believed that their sisters should vote especially n the south The Anti movement lead by Josephine Pearson n a promise to her mother Amanda at the core believed that giving women suffrage would lead to the breakdown of the American family With women working outside of the home and gaining key positions Used (Getting Inside of V, in government they would no longer be homemakers and child rearers even prominent women Eleanor Roosevelt and Ida Tarbell believedn the cause In essence society would be on the verge of collapse That this took place after fighting to defeat bolshevism Inside a Barn in the Country in the Great War and the winning of women s suffragen many European nations The Simple Guide to Freshwater Aquariums is telling Additionally southern whites saw the women s voting as allowing Negro women the right to vote Already Negro men could vote and their combined numbers were sure to overturn white supremacyn the south With each group the Suffragists and Antis having strong arguments as to why or why not women should be allowed to vote hundreds of women converged on Nashville Tennessee s Hermitage Hotel Athena in August 1920 as the battle for women s suffrage reachedts epic conclusion Even though women have now been voting for nearly one hundred years Weiss account of the battle for Tennessee to ratify women s suffrage read like a thriller As Catt foresaw the battle for women to vote would be fought by men Both the Suffragists and the Antis recruited the women of Tennessee to be on their side of the battle and these women were Tales from the Toolbox in charge of canvassing the state to convince law makers of both parties to be on their side People of both sides and genders stooped to the usual political tactics of blackmail bribery carousing and the promise of future political appointments One could tellf a law maker sided with the Suffragists or Antis by the yellow or red rose that he placed n his lapel On a few occasions meetings with key women on both sides saw lawmakers switch their allegiance from yes to no and back again In the steamy pre air conditioned environment of 1920 Nashville a few courageous men switched their allegiance from no to yes once and for all and the 19th amendment won ts thirty sixth state the two thirds majority needed for ratification The women had their hour Today there s a sculpture n Nashville s Central Park honoring the NAWSA members who won Tennessee for the Suffragists Women voted for the first time Det ordnar sig in 1920 and have been ever since often surpassing men s participation at the ballot box The Antis arguments not without merit and the women s movement of today The Admiral includesn The Homunculus its ranks women who have chosen to be homemakers and stay at home moms I can proudly say that I have stayed home to raise my kids and vote on a regular basis Despite reading biographies about Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton from the time I was a kid I was unfamiliar with the micro history that lead to the passage of the 1920 constitutional amendment Elaine F Weiss has done a magnificent job of bringing these events to life and honoring the women on both sides of the fight who eventually gained votes for women As women s history month approaches The Women s Hour was a worthy read to get menspired to celebrate women s history month nearly one hundred years after the great fight Note This Basic BASIC (Hayden computer programming series) is a current readn the Nonfiction Book Club here on goodreads and the ongoing discussion Socialist Construction and Marxist Theory is almost as compelling as the fight to win the vote 5 stars The Woman s Hour The Great Fight to Win the Votes a comprehensive and meticulously researched study of the fight for the women s vote across the nation but focusing on the fight for the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment The Succubus in Tennessee the thirty sixth state that would bring voting rights for women throughout the United States and not the patchwork ofneuities and partial freedoms that presently existed throughout each of the forty eight states The Bitchy Waiter: Tales, Tips Trials from a Life in Food Service in 1919 What was striking was that this was after seven decades of fighting for these rights What I found sonteresting was how the struggle for voting rights was such an Dictionary of Misinformation intricate part of the civil rights movement Weiss focuses on the last six weeks of the campaign a Its the battleground of Memphis Tennessee Rosettas Dress Mess (Tales of Pixie Hollow, in August 1920 where Carrie Catt and Alice Paul suffragettes stand toe to toe with Josephine Pearson an anti suffragette The fight for the 19th Amendment comes down to one needed state to ratify giving the vote to womenn America It Shadowtech (Shadowrun, 7110) by Karl Wu (1993-01-09) is an election year and Tennessee governor Albert Roberts wants to make sure hes re elected His stance on the Susan B Anthony Amendment could make or break his campaign In the hopes that the woman vote will get him another term Roberts calls a special session of the Tennessee legislature to consider the amendment The women of the suffrage movement are split between the Catt s National American After thinking about this book overnight I ve changed my rating to five stars When an author can take a book where we already know the outcome but can make How to Build and Detail Model Railroad Scenes, Vol. 2 it not onlynteresting but thrilling and heartfelt Archetype (Archetype, it can Garner no less Plus I listened to this and the narrator Tania Gilbert was brilliant as wellA book I truly believe every women should read They will come away with a deep appreciation to the effort and pain that wentnto our having the right to vote Yes there are many names within hard to keep track of but you will come to know the key motivators uite well These women were ndefatigable n their fight many were jailed force fed and made to endure other The Wise Man's Fear (The Kingkiller Chronicle, Book 2) indignities Some were I ll with underlying condit. En decade crusade The opposing forcesnclude politicians with careers at stake liuor companies railroad magnates and a lot of racists who don't want black women voting And then there are the 'Antis' women who oppose their own enfranchisement fearing suffrage will bring about the moral collapse of the nation They all converge n a boiling hot summer for a vicious face off replete with dirty tricks betrayals and bribes bigotr.

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Elaine F Weiss is a journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times Atlantic Monthly Harpers Boston Globe the Philadelphia Inuirer and on National Public Radio She is a correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor She lives in Balti Maryland