#GAReads | Women's rights throughout U.S. history

Katherine Morey, Elsie Hill, and Mrs. Wm. H. Blauvelt at a Woman’s Party equal rights conference on 11 November 1922.

Katherine Morey, Elsie Hill, and Mrs. Wm. H. Blauvelt at a Woman’s Party equal rights conference on 11 November 1922.

Women’s rights throughout U.S. history”:

At the tail end of the 18th century, the United States' Founding Fathers crafted and ratified the first iteration of the U.S. Constitution, which outlined the new nation's core principle of American citizens working together to run the government. But it took a series of campaigns over the span of two centuries for those rights to be equally extended to all Americans.

Here's a look back at the history of the women's liberation movement, which started at a modest meeting for voting rights and has since trekked toward equality in all areas of society.

Read Chris Price’s full article at POLITICO here…