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December 29, 1913

Reverend Anna Howard Shaw, President of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, talked about the status of her personal tax revolt tonight, and gave out a copy of the letter she recently sent to suffrage advocates around the country asking them to join her in refusing "taxation without representation."
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December 27, 1919

Another sign today that at long last, victory in the generations-long struggle for woman suffrage is in sight. Carrie Chapman Catt has issued a call for the final annual convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, which will be held at the Congress Hotel in Chicago, February 12th to 18th.
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December 26, 1916

A noble, but ultimately unsuccessful effort today to get the New York County Medical Society to call for changing the State's present anti-birth-control law, which, except under very specific circumstances, makes it a crime punishable by imprisonment for anyone to give out information on contraception, or birth
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December 22, 1913

A "Revolutionary" form of protest today by Reverend Anna Howard Shaw, president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She told the tax collector that she would neither list nor voluntarily pay taxes on her property and advised all other voteless women to do the same.
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