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As the suffrage movement entered he 20th century, it gained momentum as a flood of states passed their own suffrage amendments and World War I loomed. However, not all women were supportive of the pending 19th Amendment. Today, we discuss the heyday of the suffrage movement and the women who opposed their own enfranchisement. Today's esteemed guests: Dr. Kimberly Hamlin, Miami University, Oxford Dr. Joan Flores-Villalobos, the University of Southern California (formerly of The Ohio State University) Background Reading & Digging Deeper (citations also available at origins.osu.edu) You can see the progress of the suffrage movements state-by-state plan at the National Constitution Center's webpage! Learn more about Pauline Newman and Rose Schneiderman at the Jewish Women's Archive's webpage! See Josephine Jewell Dodge's thoughts on woman's suffrage at Claremont College! Armantine M. Smith, The History of the Woman's Suffrage Movement in Louisiana, 62 La. L. Rev. (2002) Susan Goodier, No Votes for Women: The New York State Anti-Suffrage Movement. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, April 2013. We're also indebted to the extensive work of Elna C. Green. Connect with us! Twitter: @ProloguedPod & @OriginsOSU Instagram: @OriginsOSU Facebook: @OriginsOSU Website: Origins.Osu.edu Email: Origins@osu.edu