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    Title: 美國女權運動者包艾莉與第十九條憲法修正案之研究
    Other Titles: American suffragist Alice Paul and the nineteenth amendment
    Authors: 謝佩芸;Hsieh, Pei-yun
    Contributors: 淡江大學美國研究所碩士班
    李本京;Lee, Thomas B.
    Keywords: 包艾莉;激進戰鬥精神;非暴力抗爭;公民文明抗命;第十九條憲法修正案;Alice Paul;suffrage movement;civil disobedience;non-violent struggle;and militancy
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:06:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要研究美國婦女公民投票權由來,包含婦女投票權運動及國家制憲過程。美國婦女要求平等權利的由來已久,婦女認為男女不平等的原因,在於尚未獲得公民投票權,因此十九世紀末二十世紀初美國第一波婦女運動,以爭取公民投票權為主要範疇。而年輕的女權鬥士包艾莉(1885-1977),則是於一九一三至一九二○年間力促國會通過修憲提案的關鍵人物。



    In 1920, American women were granted the right to vote by the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. It took over 70 years for Suffragists to win their battle. Suffrage was generally evaluated to attribute the contribution of women during World War I but the influence of suffragists’ work.

    The purpose of this thesis intends to understand and explore Alice Paul’s contribution to American suffrage movement. Alice was born in a well-to-do Quaker family with strong religious belief of gender equality. She was mostly known as a leader of Equal Rights Movement instead of a suffragist who solidified her goal of women’s rights as her life time work after working with British suffragette. After her returning to America, she adapted the essence of British militancy and American civil disobedience to create her leading strategies.

    She continually formed three women organizations that aimed to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Her leading style of militancy is a classical noncooperation, nonviolent civil disobedience. But her protest was not against any specific persons but the whole social and governmental structure. Alice Paul’s strictly non-violent programs included suffrage parades, picketing, burning the President’s words on democracy in urns, or even sending organizers out west to campaign against all congressional candidates of the “party in power.”

    In this thesis, chapter one explains the motivation, purpose and framework of this study. Chapter two discusses the brief history of suffrage movement, personal background of Alice Paul, essence of civil disobedience, and strategies of nonviolent struggle. Chapter three analyses how Alice Paul successfully uses nonviolent civil disobedience strategies to create publicity to achieve her cause. Chapter four discusses the anti-suffragists’ interest and Woodrow Wilson’s changing attitude. Chapter five is to sum up the characteristic of Alice Paul’s nonviolent struggle and evaluates her contribution for American women.
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