Alice Paul's Suffrage Movement

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Alice Paul went to great lengths to make sure that women would no longer be oppressed. Paul was solely focused on scholarship and feminism, and because of that she did not have personal relationships of any kind. The four contemporary women were, in a sense, passive aggressive with their campaign for the Nineteenth Amendment. Alice Paul was more aggressive. For the cause, Paul was willing to go to prison many times and to be force fed because she had repeatedly publicly defied President Woodrow Wilson. Alice Paul confronted President Wilson about his hypocrisy regarding the suffrage movement to which he claimed to be “not a free man” and that he was “under arrest” because he followed a certain party platform (Baker 205). Paul and the other

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