Doris Stevens

Doris Stevens was in the front lines of the movement, and she also took notes. The result is Jailed For Freedom, a book published in 1920 that has the freshness of a first-person observer.  Audio selections from Jailed for Freedom, from LibriVox.

(1.) “Where are the people?” President Woodrow Wilson’s question when he arrived in Washington, DC.

(2.) How persistence plays an important part in any movement. The National Woman’s Party meets with the President.

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