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The day before suffragists started picketing the White House, they were there as invited guests. Access thread. One of the striking things about the decade before ratification is how much access suffragists had to Pres. Wilson - not only the mannerly…

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If you’ve ever snuck in somewhere to conduct a secret mission, you know how hard Mabel Vernon’s heart was pounding on December 5, 1916. She was wearing a long cape. It was cold out, so being bundled up wouldn’t arouse suspicion of the U.S. Capitol…

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President Wilson surely thought the National Woman’s Party women were nasty. They campaigned ferociously against his reelection in western states in 1916. That October they stood boldly on the streets of Chicago and New York, so his motorcade would…

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Direct action strategies almost always start with a modest gesture, which is pilloried as inappropriate and impolite. Once activists escalate to more disruptive tactics, the earlier strategy is lionized as “the right way to protest.” Strategy thread.…

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Two weeks after Woodrow Wilson’s inauguration, Alice Paul led a delegation to the White House for suffragists’ first-ever meeting with a US President. It did not go well. 🧵 They were seeking Wilson’s support for suffrage. Their ask: that he mention…

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Had the 1913 march gone flawlessly it would have been less of a success. Alice Paul immediately realized that the violent disruption and police indifference were a gift. On Inauguration Day, suffrage dominated the headlines. 🧵 “WILSON TAKES OFFICE…

Daily Suffragist on Twitter- -Glad -Princeton changed its mind about honoring -WoodrowWilson- After student protest in 2015- the school considered removing his name and didn-t- What they know about Wilson didn-t change- What changed is that.png
Glad @Princeton changed its mind about honoring #WoodrowWilson. After student protest in 2015, the school considered removing his name and didn't. What they know about Wilson didn't change. What changed is that now they're ashamed. Keep protesting.…

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This is not a thread about the pros and cons of 3rd-party candidates. This is just to say that Woodrow Wilson became President of the United States with the consent of very few Americans. Incumbent William Howard Taft was a Republican, and very…

Daily Suffragist on Twitter- -The -WWilsonHouse seems committed to making Pres- Wilson roll in his grave- Not sure how I feel about remaking a villain as a hero- but we get a good lecture series out of it- Tuesdays.png
The @WWilsonHouse seems committed to making Pres. Wilson roll in his grave. Not sure how I feel about remaking a villain as a hero, but we get a good lecture series out of it. Tuesdays at noon EST. Missed @angelapdodson 😞 but won't miss @tinacassidy2…
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