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With Election Day under a month away, and the recent 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, there is no better time to discover the history of women's suffrage in Atlanta. Things went a little differently down South, and Georgia women did not vote until 1922, two years after the constitutional amendment. We'll talk about why, and the groups that fought for the women's vote and those that fought against it.
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