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Originally Posted by tamadrm
On August 18th 1920,the 19th amendment to the U.S. constitution was adopted.It gave all American women the right to vote.
I think Australia was the second country to give women the vote, which you wouldn't expect, given the culture here. For example, Aboriginals got the vote in 1967.
I find prejudice interesting - gender, colour and sexuality. The less powerful group is subjugated and, commonly, despised by the more powerful group.
I think the underlying idea behind prejudicial law is that suppressing expression and influence of "the weak" makes society stronger - and the idea probably had some logic before the information age.