1800-1849, United States

All White Men

National laws extended suffrage to all white men 21 and older, regardless of property holdings or religion.

In response, the “women’s suffrage” movement began in 1848 by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton who called the Seneca Falls Convention to proclaim that “all men and women are equal.”

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