Why Is The 19th Amendment Important

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The 19th Amendment We have all heard of the 27 amendments at one time or another, but could you tell the meaning of each one? Each individual amendment has a its reasons for becoming an amendment, going through the process of being ratified and then eventually becoming an amendment. The 19th amendment took time and many people, especially women fighting for their rights that they deserved. The 19th amendment passed by Congress on June 4th, 1919 and it was finally ratified on August 18th 1920. The 19th amendment guaranteed, and still does to this day that all women have the right to vote. Beginning in the mid 19th century several generations of women suffered from inequality. In order for the amendment to become ratified, it took decades of

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