Men were not the only ones to oppose suffrage for all. There were men and women of all ethnicities who opposed women having the right to vote. Some used popular social norms of the time to justify this, others used religion. Regardless, suffrage eventually prevailed. This section of the exhibit focuses on movements that opposed the Susan B. Anthony amendment to the constitution.
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