Getting Women the Vote—Two Strategies

 Here you will focus on the approaches of two organizations and some names associated with each. These are the NAWSA (National American Woman Suffrage Association; later the League of Women Voters) and the NWP (National Women’s Party). You will identify the strategic approach and key players in each as they pursued the common goal of getting women the right to vote. One might find virtues, problems and successes associated with both strategies. You might see elements of each in strategies of later leaders and related issues even today. Sources: Schultz, p. 364–366. Also see on one of the leaders of the NAWSA; on the NWP’s Alice Paul, see ; and