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March 2, 1917 — There’s nothing else for the women of New York to think about, nothing else for them to talk about, and nothing else for them to work for, until they get the vote.

March 2, 1917 — There’s nothing else for the women of New York to think about, nothing else for them to talk about, and nothing else for them to work for, until they get the vote.

Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to Congress, dazzles an audience at New York’s Carnegie Hall. For her, suffrage is the most important issue facing the country.

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March 2, 2017