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What is the History of Mass Protests in the United States

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Modern Period Protests
====Modern Period Protests====
[[File:6-1.jpeg|thumbnail|left|300px400px|Figure 2. The suffrage protests helped give an example to other protest movements. ]]
[[What was the First Wave Feminist Movement?|The suffrage protests]] peaked in the 1910s with several large marches in the United States and globally (Figure 2). In the United States, Alice Paul led a large protest in Washington and became a key strategist in helping the 19th Amendment be ratified. She continued to protest well after her younger years, and even in the 1960s, she was active in the civil rights and women's rights movements. In fact, in the Civil Rights Act of 1964, women Paul's organization and campaigning.

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