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When was the first year that women were allowed to vote for the president of the United States? A) 1890 B) 1920 C) 1940 D) 1980
The first year that women were allowed to vote for the president of the United States was 1920.
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The first year that women were allowed to vote for the president of the United States was 1920.

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