Suffrage Dbq

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Before suffrage was granted to women, a letter was sent to The New York Times. Within this letter contained an argument detailing how women should not get the right to vote. The person who wrote this held the belief that granting suffrage to women would terminate class rule and true democracy would ensue. Suffrage for women is vital to society and is something that should not be looked down upon. Having the right to vote is a right that should belong to every citizen no matter race or gender. With that being said, suffrage for all doesn't assure that minorities are on equal footing with the government. Additionally, just because everyone is granted the right to vote does not necessarily grant everyone the same role. This notion is particularly

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