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Women were granted voting rights through the 19th Amendment in 1920. Years later, the ERA wasn't ratified - Supreme Court said women already had equal rights under the Constitution.
Why do you think WW1 was the turning point for women to receive the vote?
Becoming Equal Under the Law
Explore the changes in U.S. laws to be more inclusive and closer to the ideal in the Declaration of Independence…all people are created equal.
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