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  1. Aparently your anti-spam word generator has a sense of humor – for this post, my word was “broad”

  2. Colin Miller says:

    And the right to vote to a large extent led to women gaining the right to serve as jurors:

    http://feministlawprofessors.com/?p=10605

    And, as I recently learned while assisting my wife with some volunteering at the Frances Willard House here in Evanston, the right to vote almost certainly would not have been recognized but for the fact that Willard paired it with prohibition as part of the home protection ballot.