The Struggle For Suffrage In The 1920's

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Suffrage (Voting rights) was a very hard to obtain power in the later 1800s and early 1900s. Women could not vote and african americans could not vote. In the 1920s women finally got the right to vote. Nearly 40 years after women can vote, african americans could too, and that ended segregation when it comes to voting.

The voting act of 1965 is linked to the 19th amendment that allows women to vote. Women 's suffrage was a long struggle that eventually ended in the 19th amendment that gave them the power to vote. It is also related to the desegregation of schools (Civil Rights Act) in that it allows everyone to be equal in no matter what. The Civil Rights Act made everyone equal no matter the race or sex.

Voting improved economics because
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