NEW EPISODE: The Centennial of Suffrage

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The Centennial
of Suffrage

Episode #125

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The Centennial of Women’s Suffrage in America is coming as the 19th Amendment to the Constitution passes in the Senate this month, 100 years ago.

The Centennial of Suffrage

Host – Theo Mayer

  • Making Peace: Who Will Save Armenia? – Mike Shuster | @ 03:00
  • War Memoirs From WWI: “Ernst Jünger”  – Dr. Edward Lengel | @ 07:10
  • 100 Years Ago: Women’s Suffrage, The Cliff Notes – Host | @ 11:50
  • Raising Money for the Memorial – Phil Mazzara | @ 19:40
  • Introducing the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission – Rebecca Kleefish | @ 28:40
  • Articles & Posts: Highlights from Dispatch – Host | @ 37:45


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