What They Did Then
Inez was pretty aggressive.
She was on the radical end (she pushed Alice Paul to let a black sorority participation in the 1913 "Procession" that she headed up on her horse) of the radical offshoot (what became the National Woman's Party) of the established women's group (the National American Woman Suffrage Association).
What they did in 1917, about seven weeks after Inez died, was to picket the White House, six days a week, until public opinion changed (especially after the DC police jailed women who were force-fed in prison).
Then Wilson changed his mind, supported a Federal Amendment giving women the vote. The 19th Amendment became law in 1920.
I am pretty sure that Inez would be in the face of the President.
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