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how was susan b anthony differnt or more influential than other women suffrage advocates of her time?

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  1. Read these sites to find how Anthony was more influential. Remember, she was a strong leader.

    http://www.history.rochester.edu/class/sba/first.htm

    http://www.lkwdpl.org/WIHOHIO/anth-sus.htm

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  2. i know her accomplishments but i just don't know how she was better than the rest of the advocates out there

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    posted by cassie
  3. i have to comapare her to other advocates of womens suffrage during that time and say why anthony was better than them

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    posted by cassie
  4. If you read those sites carefully, you'll see what she did that the other advocates did not do.

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  5. o know one is that she focused on being more moderate than cady stanton- anthony led this peaceful revolution


    can you give me a little help as to another one?

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    posted by cassie
  6. How about this from the first site above?

    "Thus, she led a group of women to the polls in Rochester to test the right of women to vote. She was arrested two weeks later and while awaiting trial, engaged in highly publicized lecture tours and in March 1873, she tried to vote again in city elections. After being tried and convicted of violating the voting laws, Susan succeeded in her refusal to pay the fine. From then on she campaigned endlessly for a federal woman suffrage amendment through the National Woman Suffrage Association (1869-90) and the National American Woman Suffrage Association (1890-1906) and by lecturing throughout the country."

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