Susan B. Anthony's grave is covered in "I Voted" stickers in honor of Hillary Clinton

Susan B. Anthony is perhaps the most famous advocate for women’s voting rights in American history. She traveled around the country advocating for a constitutional amendment granting women’s suffrage. In 1872, she was thrown in jail for attempting to vote in New York. Anthony died in 1906, just 14 years before the passage of the 19th Amendment vindicated her life’s work.

Today, 110 years after Anthony’s death, a woman is the favorite to win the American presidency. And people are...


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