Alice Paul was force-fed and incarcerated in November 1917 while fighting for her right to vote. The resulting press attention and continued demonstrations kept the pressure on President Woodrow Wilson. He announced his support for women’s suffrage in 1918 and the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920.

Alice Paul was force-fed and incarcerated in November 1917 while fighting for her right to vote. The resulting press attention and continued demonstrations kept the pressure on President Woodrow Wilson. He announced his support for women’s suffrage in 1918 and the 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920.

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