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Wilma Fields
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Sponsor Trivia: Congressional Action
When World War I ended, national suffragists petitioned President Woodrow Wilson to support women’s suffrage based on the argument that women deserved a reward for their service in the war. President Wilson agreed and urged Congress to pass a suffrage amendment, arguing that women had been vital to winning the war. It was a persuasive argument. By June 1919, the amendment had passed both houses of Congress and was ready to go to the state legislatures for ratification. The move came after 21 successive Congresses had rejected the amendment and more than 70 years of petitioning, lobbying, politicking and picketing. Source: Tennessee State Museum and “Countdown in Tennessee” by Carol Lynn Yellin