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What was the difference in strategy between Carrie Chapman Catt and Alice Paul? Catt wanted women's suffrage on non-presidential elections; Paul did not. Paul wanted women to be polite; Catt wanted to demonstrate publicly Catt wanted to attain suffrage state-by-state; Paul wanted a constitutional amendment. Paul wanted to attain suffrage state-by-state; Catt wanted a constitutional amendment.

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