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  • Alice Paul (age 6) and her brother Billy (age 4)
  • "Alice Paul."  Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2004.  (July 8, 2016).
  • Alice Paul (seated on chair to the right) with Swarthmore sorority.

Alice Paul: Claiming Power

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Alice Paul was raised as a Quaker, attended Swarthmore College, and worked at the New York College Settlement while attending the New York School of Social Work. Alice Paul left for England in 1906 to work in the there for three years.

Alice Paul was raised as a Quaker, attended Swarthmore College, and worked at the New York College Settlement while attending the New York School of Social Work. Alice Paul left for England in 1906 to work in the there for three years.

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Inez H. Irwin. Story of Alice Paul & the National Woman's Party.

The amendment never passed. We still don't have an Equal Rights Amendment butit has been introduced in every session of Congress since 1923. Alice Paulcontinued to work for legal equality for women until her death on July 9, 1977. Today, it's like the time when women could not vote never even existedthanks to Alice Paul and her friends.