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this is the "bible" of the women's suffrage campaign. really can't say enough about it. it's very interesting and informative reading; not boring at all. one of the best things about it is that it is a compilation of first person accounts, so there is no worry about "revisionist history." it should be required reading in public schools and universities nationwide. women today, young and old, can take inspiration in seeing the incredible adversity and ignorance that these women were up against, and that they persevered and prevailed.