June 28th, 2020 | Season 1 | 55 mins 48 secs
1919, alice paul, american history, season 1, spanish flu, woman suffrage, woman's history
Women in the United States began fighting for the right to vote in 1848, and by 1910 they had achieved a few hard-won victories. But success nationwide seemed out of reach. Then Alice Paul arrived on the scene with a playbook of radical protest strategies and an indomitable will. She focused in on one target: the president, Woodrow Wilson. How far would Paul and her fellow suffragists have to go to get Wilson's support?