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What was the ruling in the 1874 Supreme Court Case Minor v. Happersett? A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote B. that voting
was a basic right of citizens, therefore women must be given the right to vote C. that voting was a basic right of all residents of the United States, therefore immigrants must be given the right to vote D. that voting was a basic right of only literate citizens, therefore those that could not read or write English could be denied the vote
A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote
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User: In which state were women first granted the right to vote in the United States? A. Wisconsin B. Texas C. Wyoming D. California

User: What was the ruling in the 1874 Supreme Court Case Minor v. Happersett? A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote B. that voting was a basic right of citizens, therefore women must be given the right to vote C. that voting was a basic right of all residents of the United States, therefore immigrants must be given the right to vote D. that voting was a basic right of only literate citizens, therefore those that could not read or write English could be denied the vote

Weegy: A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote
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User: When did the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, NY occur? A. twenty years after the Civil War B. a little over a decade before the Civil War C. a little over a decade before the Spanish-American War D. twenty years after the Spanish-American War

User: When did the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, NY occur? A. twenty years after the Civil War B. a little over a decade before the Civil War C. a little over a decade before the Spanish-American War D. twenty years after the Spanish-American War





Weegy: The answer is B. a little over a decade before the Civil War.
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