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The 100 year Shadow War

The political power vacuum of the original collective of ‘Woman Suffragist’ of the 19th and early 20th century rendered a public space for the manipulation of ‘women’s rights advocacy.’  The leadership of this plural congregation had sought after the elevation of a woman’s right to be educated, own land, and vote for elected representatives. To attain such constitutional rights, they became social activists in the community, taking such actions as writing and publishing their opinions, and being an organized presence on the street level. Their understanding that they would have to create their own social media platforms in order to get the word out on the constitutional rights of women to be equal citizens was pivotal to their success in creating awareness and demanding political acknowledgment.   The full-stop of their campaign in 1920 was taking advantage of and re-directed on a path that  the original woman suffragist seeked to eradicate. All through the last half of the 1800s, the…

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