Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony takes on the world

The courage of Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony did the most to advance the Women’s Rights Movement however, with the help of Alice Paul, Anthony’s idea was carried though nearly a century before it actually came true. Anthony contributed toward the movement the most because of her beliefs for other rights which had sparked the idea of Women’s Suffrage to Anthony, her obstacles and sacrifices faced and made, and her lifelong dedication toward the movement. Even though the Nineteenth Amendment was passed 14 years after Susan B. Anthony’s death, her courage inspires many today. Susan B. Anthony was an influential leader who did a big part to advance the Women’s Rights Movement despite the obstacles that came her way.
The fight for women's sufferage

All cheer on the meaning of true strength

Equality in rights and respect despite of gender

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” - Susan B. Anthony

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Life-long Dedication

It is probably quite believable when I say that Susan B. Anthony had dedicated her whole life toward the movement. Born on February 15, 1820, in 1904, Susan B. Anthony( 84 years old) presided over the International Council of Women and became honorary president of Carrie Chapman Catt’s International Women’s Suffrage Alliance. “Susan B. Anthony died in at her home on Madison Street in Rochester”(“Biography of Susan B. Anthony” 6). In other words two years before her death, Anthony was still fighting for the Women’s Suffrage Movement.
Increase in the power of women

"I declare to you that woman must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself, and there I take my stand." - Susan B. Anthony