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The men of Montana in 1914 granted the vote to the women of their state
and two years later the men and women of the state elected Jeanette Rankin,
the first women elected to the House of Representatives.
Jeannette Rankin from Montana was the first woman elected to Congress
and who dared to vote against America entering World War I.
"You can no more win a war than you can win an earthquake," said Rankin --
suffragist, peace activist and Republican.