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by George Henry Haynes

eBook Representation and suffrage in Massachusetts, 1620-1691 ePub
Author: George Henry Haynes
Language: English
ISBN: 0384218652
ISBN13: 978-0384218659
Publisher: Johnson Reprint Corp; First Edition edition (1973)
Pages: 90
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.9
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ePub file: 1121 kb
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As outspoken in his day as Richard Dawkins or Christopher Hitchens are today, American freethinker and author ROBERT GREEN INGERSOLL (1833-1899) was a notorious radical whose uncompromising views on religion and slavery (they were bad, in his opinion), women's suffrage (a good idea, he believed), and other contentious matters of his era made him a wildly popular. orator and critic of 19th-century American culture and public life.

Winning woman suffrage in the United States was a long . Woman suffrage was never a gift. Skillful organization, mobilization, and activism were required to build a powerful social movement and achieve the long-sought goal.

Winning woman suffrage in the United States was a long, arduous process that required the dedication and hard work of several generations of women. Before the Civil War, most activists were radical pioneers frequently involved in the antislavery or other reform movements. Later, educational advances and the growth of the women’s-club movement mobilized large numbers of middle-class women, while wage work and trade-union participation galvanized working-class women.

In 1620, a group of Separatists known as the Pilgrims settled in New England and established the Plymouth Colony. All residents in Massachusetts and Connecticut were required to pay taxes for the support of the Congregational churches, even if they were religious dissenters

In 1620, a group of Separatists known as the Pilgrims settled in New England and established the Plymouth Colony. The Pilgrims originated as a dissenting congregation in Scrooby led by William Brewster, Richard Clyfton and John Robinson. All residents in Massachusetts and Connecticut were required to pay taxes for the support of the Congregational churches, even if they were religious dissenters. The franchise was limited to Congregational church members in Massachusetts and New Haven, but voting rights were more extensive in Connecticut and Plymouth. In Connecticut, church attendance on Sundays was mandatory (for both church.

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