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Burned by her experience with Phillips, Anthony wanted wealthy women to prioritize giving to the movement.Suffragistsunderstood that they could not depend on men it would take the financial support of women to make change for women. It was only after Anthonys death in 1906, however, that they began to contribute enough money to turn the tide toward victory.
The leaders who were behind the movement had come to an understanding that they could not depend on men alone to sustain the foundation of the right of voting. The need to track down elite class women. They were well aware of the fact that without the help of these financially strong women, they could not have been able to pay the speakers or handle the traveling expenses when on a set out to unite all the women across the nation. It was clear that women were going to help themselves, as the money to support their cause would be taken from them.
The fact that women needed money from a very start drove this Women Suffrage movement. Elizabeth Cady and Susan Anthony had to decide and contemplate who they associated with back in the 1860s. Wendell Philips was in control of the important legacies and only gave a little in the name of women rights. Anthony was desperate this desperation led to taking money from George train, one of the most racist democrats. They needed the money to pay for the tours and paper. Due to their experience with Philips, the suffrage understood that only women from wealth could help lay their plan to play.
Congressional champions of ERA in the early 1970s simply did not expect problems securing state approval. Neither Senator Birch Bayh of Indiana nor Representative Martha Griffiths of Michigan, the measures principal congressional sponsors, anticipated any difficulty in winning ratification for the ERA. Maybe some other folks thought of it, Bayh later recalled, I didnt.
When it comes to this passage, the thesis statement states how the congressional champions of the era believed that no issue would be faced when asking the state for the approving of the amendment. The sponsors behind the bill did not take it seriously and were not expecting defeat, due to their lack of attention towards the history of constitution amending. Neither of the sides gave much attention to the history surrounding women rights and relevant past.
This passage helped me see very clearly the political issues faced. It was clear that asking for an amendment in a constitution was done in a manner that the past was ignored. It was based on the changes that were expected if the amendment gets accepted. Either side who was asking for amendments never did their research on the fact that were these amendments ever asked before If yes, what was the result, were they accepted ERA supporters were more focused on recent data available, as opposed to going through the whole body of the prior data. Due to the history of the four amendments getting ratified, everyone including the ERA supporters and sponsors ignored the need to campaign.
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