This concise history provides a fascinating look at the Massachusetts School Suffrage Association and their quest for women's right to vote. With primary source documents and expert analysis, this book offers a unique perspective on a pivotal moment in American history. Whether you're a history buff or a women's rights activist, this book is an essential read.
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