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Women Suffragists' parade, 1913.
Women Suffragists' parade, March 1913

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Alice Paul Was Born
January 11, 1885

Over the next seven years, Paul and others relentlessly pursued legislation that would add a woman's right to vote to the Constitution. Paul left NAWSA and formed a political party, the National Woman's Party, that campaigned and demonstrated. Party members picketed the White House and ended up behind bars, where they continued their protest with a hunger strike, until officials force-fed them.
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