Women’s suffrage in the United States was a hot button issue that culminated in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment

Women’s suffrage in the United States was a hot button issue that culminated in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution in August, 1920. At the time, how do you think functionalists would address the issue of women voting and participating in the political process and why? If someone stepped forward in a public forum and worked to repeal the Nineteenth Amendment in 2020, how would functionalism interpret that pursuit?


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