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Chapter 20, Lesson 2: Patterns of Change (pp. 514-517)

I. Why Change Takes Time

II. How Women Fought for the Vote

    A. The Seneca Falls meeting began the movement for women's suffrage.

    B. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony led the fight for suffrage with meetings, speeches, and articles.

    C. In 1920, women were given the vote in the Nineteenth Amendment.

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