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Who was Vida Goldstein?

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2011-09-13 21:28:12
2011-09-13 21:28:12

she was a feminist and suffragist, she was one of the women that fought for the right to vote, she was born in portland on the 13th of April 1869. she also became the first women in the united empire to stand for an international election, she received 5% of the ballots but was unable to secure a seat. hope this helps:)

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