Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

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The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution granted women the hard worked for right to vote in 1920, after a long suffrage battle with the government. The ratification of this amendment was a substantial step in the march through history for women’s rights. This selection about the amendment from Wikipedia is best suited for any students studying United States history or women’s rights.

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