In the first decade of the 20th century, men had two fears above all others: giving women the vote and what a woman might have in her hair. As they had since the country's founding, men would successfully hold off any efforts for women's suffrage until 1920, but — for a time — there was no stopping the Hatpin Panic of the early 20th century, which represented something of a feminist revolution in its own right.
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Written by Brian VanHooker September 12, 2019
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