Courtesy of State Historical Society of Iowa, Catt, Carrie Chapman, "An Address to the Legislatures of the United States of America," pp. 1-9, 1919
This document is an address given by Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National American Women’s Suffrage Movement, to the legislatures of the United States in 1919.
Transcribed Excerpt of Address from Carrie Chapman Catt to U.S. Legislatures
- What cause is Carrie Chapman Catt representing, and what three arguments does she lay out in the first part of her address in relation to this movement to "be inevitable?"
- What are the main points Carrie Chapman Catt presents in her address that point to this action to be "immediate?"
- Why is Catt’s address to the United States legislature significant to American society, and how did society benefit from the work of Carrie Chapman Catt?