In the first election following ratification of the 19th Amendment on Nov. 2, 1920, more than eight million women across the United States voted for the first time.
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We strode down the dank second floor hallway of Framington Apartments. Hard rock pulsed beyond the flimsy door of Unit 233, our destination. Yelled curses added to the racket. As first on scene, I stepped forward to knock. Ramirez pushed me aside and banged hard on the… Continue Reading “Blind Curve Excerpt”