"Failure is impossible." With these final words to the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Susan B. Anthony exhorted her fellow suffragists to continue fighting for the goal to which she had dedicated her life. An ardent abolitionist as well as suffragist, she was world-famous for her crusade to extend freedom and legal rights, particularly voting rights, to all United States citizens.
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