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Jeannette Rankin, America's Conscience*

Jeannette Rankin, America's Conscience*

Created: Friday, October 26, 1917

by Norma Smith
preface by Joan Hoff
introduction by Kathryn Anderson

Suffragist, social worker, first woman elected to the United States Congress, lifelong peace activist, and tireless advocate for political reform, Jeannette Rankin is often remembered as the woman who voted "No" to the United States' involvement in both world wars. Rankin's determined voice shines in this biography, written by her friend, Norma Smith.

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