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Front Page Of The Woman’s Journal And Suffrage News

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Crowd Closing In On The Procession

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Alice Paul Dragged By Police

Alice Paul Dragged By Police

Susan B. Anthony Beaten For Trying To Vote In 1872

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Pamphlet From The National Association Opposed To Woman Suffrage

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Photo: Paala via Doublethink.us.com

Anti-Suffrage Cartoon

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Anti-Suffrage Cartoon

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Anti-Suffrage Cartoon

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Former President Bill Clinton leaves UCI Medical Center with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

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(Reuters) - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walked out of a Southern California hospital early Sunday morning accompanied by his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, after being admitted last week for a urological infection, live video showed.

Clinton, 75, had been in California for an event for the Clinton Foundation and was treated at the University of California Irvine Medical Center's intensive care unit after suffering from fatigue and being admitted on Tuesday.

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Trumpist rioters rampaging in the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021

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