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prosecutor at the Susan B. Anthony trial


     On November 5, 1872, Susan B. Anthony and fifteen of her female friends voted in our national election. There was nothing in the constitution that justified such outrageous behavior. The country had problems enough.

     In this interactive program, Prosecutor Crowley (Hank) has been assigned the judicious task of punishing her and perhaps squelching the suffrage movement. The audience members will help Hank by playing the roles of judge, witnesses, and jury at Susan B. Anthony’s trial. There is no set script. Participants utilize role-playing techniques to recreate the trial. Will Susan B. Anthony be found guilty again? Using sound nineteenth century logic, Prosecutor Crowley will attempt to convince all attendees that the time is not right to give women the vote.

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