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...bly during the 1900s, the faces and dissenters shifted to a new set of great leaders who pushed the campaign further. For example, Alice Paul, a militant suffragist, carried protests and demonstrations at the White House. Upon being arrested, she carried hunger strikes, and made many efforts to have her ideologies rise above the authority figures that denied her (Young, 2015).
Moreover, dissent is a critical element in the making of the United States. The US is a developing nation, in the sense that it develops as these movements proceed on. Throughout the nation’s history, many reformations to policy and ideology have occurred - which is why the United States is seen as a highly changing landscape. These changes are brought upon by the act of dissent, which allows individuals to bring their opinions and ideas to light - and brings forth change for a better tomorrow.
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