SUFFRAGISTS PLAN TO CONTINUE TROUBLE:Hope Their Banners Will Keep On Waving at White House Gates--Two More Arrested.

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SUFFRAGISTS PLAN TO CONTINUE TROUBLE:Hope Their Banners Will Keep On Waving at White House Gates--Two More Arrested.

Subject

Alice Paul and the NWP react to an early series of arrests.

Description

This article describes the NWP as an organization determined to continue its efforts. The incarcerated picketers are described as uncomfortable in prison but determined to succeed. Alice Paul is shown as an indefatigable organizer, using the news garnered by her colleagues imprisonment to draw more attention to the cause. Paul's use of the release of the picketers as a chance to celebrate the success of the movement shows the deep commitment felt by the NWP's leadership to women's suffrage.

Creator

Special to The New York Times.

Source

New York Times (1857-1922); Jun 29, 1917

Publisher

ProQuest Historical Newspapers The New York Times (1851 - 2007)

Date

June 28, 1917

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Open source for educational purposes

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Citation

Special to The New York Times., “SUFFRAGISTS PLAN TO CONTINUE TROUBLE:Hope Their Banners Will Keep On Waving at White House Gates--Two More Arrested. ,” The Suffragette Movement: Picketing the White House , accessed September 22, 2017, http://picketingpresidentwilson.omeka.net/items/show/15.