The Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage was an American organization formed in 1913 led by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns to campaign for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing women's suffrage. It was inspired by the United Kingdom's suffragette movement, which Paul and Burns had taken part in. Their continuous campaigning drew attention from congressmen, and in 1914 they were successful in forcing the amendment onto the floor for the first time in decades.

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  • CU or CUWS
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  • اتِّحاد الدفاعِ عن حقِّ المَرأةِ في التَّصويت هي منظمة أمريكية راديكالية، تم تأسيسُها عام 1913 وأدارتهَا كلٌّ من أليس بول[؟] ولوسي بيرنز. وقد شنت حملة لإجراء تعديل دستوري يضمن حق المرأة في التصويت. وقد تأثرت بحركة حق التصويت في المملكة المتحدة. جذَبت الحملة اهتمامَ أعضاءِ الكونغرس، وفي عام 1914 نجَحت الحملةُ في إجراءِ التعديلِ الدستوريِّ لأول مرة منذ عقودٍ. (ar)
  • The Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage was an American organization formed in 1913 led by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns to campaign for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing women's suffrage. It was inspired by the United Kingdom's suffragette movement, which Paul and Burns had taken part in. Their continuous campaigning drew attention from congressmen, and in 1914 they were successful in forcing the amendment onto the floor for the first time in decades. (en)
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  • "To secure an amendment to theUnited States Constitutionenfranchising women" and to pass theERA
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  • CU or CUWS (en)
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  • April 1913 (en)
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  • National American Woman Suffrage Association Congressional Committee (en)
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  • Washington, DC (en)
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  • Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (en)
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  • "To secure an amendment to the United States Constitution enfranchising women" and to pass the ERA (en)
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  • اتِّحاد الدفاعِ عن حقِّ المَرأةِ في التَّصويت هي منظمة أمريكية راديكالية، تم تأسيسُها عام 1913 وأدارتهَا كلٌّ من أليس بول[؟] ولوسي بيرنز. وقد شنت حملة لإجراء تعديل دستوري يضمن حق المرأة في التصويت. وقد تأثرت بحركة حق التصويت في المملكة المتحدة. جذَبت الحملة اهتمامَ أعضاءِ الكونغرس، وفي عام 1914 نجَحت الحملةُ في إجراءِ التعديلِ الدستوريِّ لأول مرة منذ عقودٍ. (ar)
  • The Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage was an American organization formed in 1913 led by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns to campaign for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing women's suffrage. It was inspired by the United Kingdom's suffragette movement, which Paul and Burns had taken part in. Their continuous campaigning drew attention from congressmen, and in 1914 they were successful in forcing the amendment onto the floor for the first time in decades. (en)
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  • اتحاد الدفاع عن حق المرأة في التصويت (ar)
  • Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage (en)
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