U.S. History part 2

write letter to editor from perspective of a suffragette at the turn of the 20th century. students should argue that women have right to vote


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  1. Why do you think women should have the right to vote?

  2. can't it write the same thing i did in the last post?

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  3. Try to come up with some new ideas.

    This site should help you understand the arguments for and against women's suffrage.

  4. which one

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  5. http://www.johndclare.net/Women1_ArgumentsAgainst.htm

    Sorry -- but I forgot to post it earlier.

  6. Dear Editor;


    Regards to “Women’s rights to vote” I agree that women should have the opportunity to vote. It will give them the opportunity to know how it feels to vote, how it feels to be part of a community where every vote counts towards something, and the idea that they can change the world. "Some men objected to women having the vote because they believed them to be inferior." Personally I think its wrong to judge someone based on status, and anyway who gave women a status? People shouldn't be ranked by their gender, sex, religion, but instead on what they do around the nation. Some people have opposed just because women never voted and questioned, why should they start now? Well that’s a good question; well because if women don't do something know no one will ever do it, us women will lose hope, and actually start thinking that this really isn't a woman’s “part or problem” when it really is.

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  7. is that ok for now?

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  8. Your ideas are good but your last sentence has two wrong words and a pronoun error.

  9. oh i see ok

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  10. do i do more or is that ok?

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  11. Well that’s a good question; if women don’t do something now no one will ever do it, women will lose hope, and actually start thinking that this really isn’t a woman’s “part or problem” when it really is.

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  12. Yes. Now this is good!

  13. ok thank you i'll keep you posted when i do more

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  14. If you are seriously running a government where decisions are to be made by representatives of the people, should they not represent all the people who are well enough educated to understand the issues? If you do not allow women to vote are you not saying that women are less capable of learning and thinking than men? Is that what we see experimentally when we test students in school?

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    posted by Damon
  15. what?

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  16. Dear Editor;


    Regards to “Women’s rights to vote” I agree that women should have the opportunity to vote. It will give them the opportunity to know how it feels to vote, how it feels to be part of a community where every vote counts towards something, and the idea that they can change the world. "Some men objected to women having the vote because they believed them to be inferior." Personally I think its wrong to judge someone based on status, and anyway who gave women a status? People shouldn’t be ranked by their gender, sex, religion, but instead on what they do around the nation. Some people have opposed just because women never voted and questioned, why should they start now? Well that’s a good question; if women don’t do something now no one will ever do it, women will lose hope, and actually start thinking that this really isn’t a woman’s “part or problem” when it really is. “If women became involved in politics, they would stop marrying, having children, and the human race would die out” that’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard. Just because we get involved in something doesn’t mean the human race will disappear, or we will stop marrying it just means more opportunities for us, a better future for us, and better jobs where we can support our family. So think about, the world will still be the same, and women will be more united. that’s what the world need. More important women’s.

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