It is astounding to me how the men in power worked so hard to not let women have the right to vote.

It is astounding to me how the men in power worked so hard to not let women have the right to vote..

Women have the right to vote

A. It is astounding to me how the men in power worked so hard to not let women have the right to vote. The men decided to focus all of the attention on black suffrage so that women would be denied their rights. Radicals in Congress made it their top priority to doom women’s suffrage by maintaining that it was more important for black people to gain the right to vote (Dubois & Dumenil, p. 285). I do believe that women gained an enhanced role in public life, because they learned to stand up for their opinions and not remain silent while the men did all their talking for them. Women are powerful people, and once they realized this, there is not limit to their potential in any walk of life.

B. The accomplishment of these men and women, working tirelessly until the 19th Amendment was put into place, is something I doubt I could ever replicate in my lifetime. The only thing I have done similar, is be a part of a championship winning baseball team. Spending months and months working together to be the best team in the league, and having that culminate in a championship is so rewarding. Teammates feel like brothers, and coaches feel like parents as we all celebrated a season of greatness. I know this pales in comparison to creating a law that gives women the right to vote, but it is the closest I have gotten to that feeling of accomplishment among a group working toward a common goal.

 

For a Customized Paper on the above or Related Topic, Place Your Order Now!

What We Guarantee: 

100% Original Paper

On-Time Delivery Guarantee

Automatic Plagiarism Check

100% Money-Back 

100% Privacy and Confidentiality

24/7 Support Service

 

 

 

 

 

It is astounding to me how the men in power worked so hard to not let women have the right to vote.

Leave a Reply