Product DetailsThis story of the Women's Suffrage movement includes prominent ladies from both sides of the Atlantic. England's Emmaline Pankhurst and New York's Harriot Stanton Blatch (daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and granddaughter of Edwin Stanton, Lincoln's Sec'y of War) appear as themselves in a film sympathetic to their cause. Inherent flaws and abuses of the early 20th Century voting system (ballot stuffing, multiple voting) are also examined. Somehow, a love story is woven into this; the young lawyer tells his activist girlfriend of government corruption that would deny her and all women the vote.
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