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Not only did the majority of the people disagree with the idea of women’s right to vote, but editors started to criticize and laugh at the idea of it becoming true. They tried every tactic to bring down the women. Luckily, most of the women were firm in their belief and raised awareness across the neighboring towns. Having more people join the women. With everyone agreeing, there were constant conventions that started from 1850 to the beginning of the Civil War, where drastic measures were turned in Seneca Falls for them to change the generation of the future. Where women finally got what they wanted... the right to vote.

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