Sisters, not demons: the influence of british suffragists on the American suffrage movement

@article{Adickes2002SistersND,
  title={Sisters, not demons: the influence of british suffragists on the American suffrage movement},
  author={Sandra E. Adickes},
  journal={Women's History Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={11},
  pages={675 - 690}
}
Abstract British suffragettes were an important, if controversial, influence on the American suffrage movement, for the successful achievement of the franchise in 1920 was helped by the adoption of the suffragettes' militant tactics in the final stage of the campaign. When Harriot Stanton Blatch returned to the USA in 1902 after living for twenty years in England, she found that the suffrage movement her mother, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, had helped to found was stagnant. Blatch energized the… 
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