Challenge 4.3 Granger Outcome

You suddenly hear voices, which is startling as you thought you were the only one here. You were engrossed in the puzzle, so perhaps people arrived?

It is stunningly simple what you hear – a woman saying to the group:

The young women of today, free to study, to speak, to write, to choose their occupation, should remember that every inch of this freedom was bought for them at a great price. It is for them to show their gratitude by helping onward the reforms of their own times, by spreading the light of freedom and of truth still wider. The debt that each generation owes to the past it must pay to the future.

When women's true history shall have been written, her part in the upbuilding of this nation will astound the world.

And then you hear a whisper…

“Next stop – The Women’s Room!”

There is one last handbill you notice, a revival of a play entitled “How the Vote Was Won” – something that was initiated during the Women’s Suffrage movement. It’s scheduled to be performed at the Whiteside Theater in Corvallis…in 1932! Here we go again!

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