19th Amendment: The six-week 'brawl' that won women the vote

Posted on AllSides August 5th, 2020
From The Center

On a midsummer night in 1920, three women rushed to Nashville, Tennessee, on steam-powered trains, converging on the city from different directions. They were very ordinary looking, in their summer frocks and hats; they didn’t look like veteran warriors, or political agitators, much less battlefield generals. But they were all of these.

These women were on a mission, called to command their separate forces in what would be one of the pivotal political battles in American history. A battle for the soul of American democracy. An epic confrontation to decide:...

Read full story
Some content from this outlet may be limited or behind a paywall.

Christian Science Monitor

AllSides Media Bias Rating: Center
AllSides Media Bias Rating: Center
See full bias rating for Christian Science Monitor
Learn about media bias

More News about Elections from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right