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MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: Exploring Constitutional Law
Submitted by: William Paquette on Aug 03, 2009
Date Last Modified: Aug 03, 2009
Title: The Trial of Susan B. Anthony
Description: Susan B. Anthony was a leader in the movement to get women the right to vote. She was placed on trial because of her efforts. This site examines the issues and outcomes of this trial.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Supplemental Activity, Unsupervised
Time Required 3-4 hours
Topics: Women's Rights; Susan B. Anthony; Suffrage Movement.
Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division, High School
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: None.
Learning Objectives: To examine the status of the women's suffrage movement in the 19th century.
Technical Notes: None.
Text of Learning Exercise: Instructions: CLICK "go to material." SCROLL down to the bottom of the page. CLICK "Trial of Susan B. Anthony." READ "The Anthony Trial: An Account" by Douglas Linder. Answer the following questions: 1. Who was Susan B. Anthony?, 2. Why was she on trial?, 3. What was the staus of the women's suffrage movement at the time of the trial?, 4. Name the principal witnesses who argued for and against Susan B. Anthony, 5. What were the arguements for each one named in question 4?, 6. Why did Susan B. Anthony petition Congress?, 7. What did the Supreme Court say on the subject of women's rights?, 8. What was the trial verdict?, 9. Was the trial fair?, 10. Did Susan B. Anthony live to see women get the vote?, 11. Did Anthony's struggle help or hinder the suffrage movement? Explain.
Assessment: Paper.
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