July 29, 2010

женское голосование в США

women were first allowed to vote in New Jersey in 1776. Women had also been able to vote even earlier than that in some cases, such as in Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War.

n those days, voting rights were usually tied to property ownership because many of the taxes were based on property, and the founders didn’t think it was right for non-property-owning, non-tax-paying people to be able to tell property-owning taxpayers what to do with their own property.

Women had this right in many areas of Colonial America and the new republic, but Barton said it went away in 1809 in New Jersey; New Jersey was the only state that specifically put it in their Constitution.


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