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   xoxoxoBruce  Friday Nov 4 08:22 PM

Nov 5th,2016: The Major was a Lady, Suffragette

The three original "majors" were Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony.
The three were carved is stone which was presented to Congress in 1921.

But Congress stuck it in the basement crypts until 1997. They also removed the inflammatory inscriptions, “Men their rights and nothing more, Women their rights and nothing less” and “Woman, first denied a soul, then called mindless, now arisen declared herself an entity
to be reckoned.”

In all likelihood however, the sculptor, Adelaide Johnson, intentionally left the statue incomplete to symbolize that women still
had a very long way to go before achieving equal rights, and left the unfinished block to represent all other women’s rights leaders,
past, present and future. Indeed, Johnson identified as a feminist, not just a suffragist, and has reportedly called the roughly
cut marble “a kind of unknown solider of the woman’s movement.” Whether someone will ever “finish” the monument by carving a
fourth bust we’ll just have to wait and see. And just maybe, we won’t have to wait much longer.
Could it be the first woman president?


sexobon  Saturday Nov 5 12:18 AM

"I Voted" stickers put on Susan B. Anthony's grave.

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