Ninety-two years ago yesterday, U.S. women won the right to vote.
The Indiana State AFL-CIO mentioned in an e-mail yesterday, Rose Schneiderman, who headed the Women’s Trade Union League, explained in 1918:
We want to tell our Senators that the working women of our State demand the vote as an economic necessity. We need it because we are workers and because the workers are the ones that have to carry civilization on their backs.
The anniversary is a good time to reflect on how women would fare under a Romney-Ryan administration.