On this date in 1919, Congress approved the 19th Amendment, which would guarantee suffrage to women. The measure was then sent to the states for ratification.
The anti-suffrage movement attacked the power-hungry, unnatural women (as they saw the suffragettes) with word and policy and pen and ink. Here are some of their biggest complaints about the suffragettes, and how they articulated their point of view.
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