Jeannette Rankin (1880-1973)
Jeannette Rankin, the first woman to serve in the U.S. Congress, died 45 years ago tomorrow, on May 18, 1973. A committed pacifist and women’s rights activist, she helped to get the 19th Amendment passed to give women the right to vote.
Today’s Quip-Find puzzle features something Representative Rankin said that is relevant to the fact that she was the only member of Congress to vote against both WWI and WWII. (Difficulty: ★★ out of 5.)
(For suggestions on how to solve this puzzle, click on “How to Solve Quip-FindTMPuzzles” in the drop-down menu under “Guide to the Puzzles” / “Quip-FindTMPuzzles” above.)
When you have solved the Quip-Find puzzle above, or peeked at the answer, it is your turn to try to create the puzzle. (Difficulty: (1) ★★★; (2) ★.)
(For suggestions on how to solve this puzzle, click on “How to Solve Quip-BildTMPuzzles” in the drop-down menu under “Guide to the Puzzles” / “Quip-BildTMPuzzles” above.)
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