Alice Paul

  title={Alice Paul},
  author={Sylvia Hawranick and Joan M. Doris and Robert B. Daugherty},
  pages={190 - 196}
Alice Paul was one of the foremost advocates for woman at the end of the Progressive Era, working successfully for passage of the 19th Amendment. In her work for suffrage, she pioneered methods and techniques that were to become standard tools for later successful social movements. She was one of the first graduates of the New York School of Applied Philanthropy and spent her early career working in both settlement houses and Charity Organization Societies; however, Paul has been conspicuously… 
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