Jailed for Freedom cover

Jailed for Freedom

Doris Stevens (1892-1963)

1. 01 – Dedication and Preface, Leadership
2. 02 – Women Invade the Capital
3. 03 – Women Voters Organize
4. 04 – The Last Deputation to President Wilson
5. 05 – Picketing a President
6. 06 – The Suffrage War Policy, The First Arrests
7. 07 – Occoquan Workhouse
8. 08 – August Riots
9. 09 – Prison Episodes
10. 10 – An Administration Protest, The Administration Yields
11. 11 – Political Prisoners, The Hunger Strike
12. 12 – Administration Terrorism
13. 13 – Alice Paul In Prison
14. 14 – Administration Lawlessness Exposed
15. 15 – The Administration Outwitted, Political Results
16. 16 – An Interlude, New Attacks on the President
17. 17 – The President Appeals to the Senate Too Late
18. 18 – More Pressure, The President Sails Away, Watchfires of Freedom
19. 19 – Burned in Effigy, Boston Militants Welcome the President, Democratic Congress Ends
20. 20 – A Farewell to President Wilson, President Wilson Wins the 64th Vote in Paris, Republican Congress Passes the Amendment

(*) Your listen progress will be continuously saved. Just bookmark and come back to this page and continue where you left off.

Summary

A first-hand account of the 1913-1919 campaign of American suffragists, detailing their treatment at the hands of the courts, and the true conditions of their incarceration.