Compare and contrast the comments of Professor Kuhlman and Professor Woodworth-Ney. Do you find any similarities and/or any differences? Do the professors see any patterns or trends in the suffrage movements? What specific examples do they provide as factors in the enactment of womenâ€™s voting rights?
Besides the right to vote, what other concerns are presented by Professors Kuhlman, Woodworth-Ney and Foner? Were these concerns answered with suffrage? Why, or why not?
Given the professors’ comments and Foner’s text, do you think granting women the right to vote was evolutionary (a natural progression) or revolutionary (a radical change)? Why?