28. Susan B. Anthony: The First Women's Rights Activist
1. Quakers live a __________ life.
- very simple
2. What was the suffrage movement designed to do?
- make women suffer
- give men more power
- give voting rights to women
- allow women to drink alcohol
3. In addition to fighting for women's rights, Anthony fought
to end ____________.
4. What did Anthony use "The Revolution" to publish?
- a novel she has written since she was a teenager
- women's rights literature
- her photographs
5. In 1872, Anthony was arrested for ____________.
- drinking and driving
- loitering around the voting polls
- having a slave
- voting in the presidential election