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1980 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1980 - Alphabetically - #
... cult film - (Spain) Atlantic City, directed by Louis Malle, starring Burt Lancaster and Susan Sarandon - (Canada/France) - Golden Lion winner B Babylon, starring Brinsley Forde - (U.K.) Bad Timing, directed by ... Kharbanda and Om Puri - (India) A Change of Seasons, starring Shirley MacLaine, Anthony Hopkins, Bo Derek The Changeling, starring George C ... Children's Island (Barnens ö) - (Sweden) La Cicala (The Cicada), starring Anthony Franciosa and Virna Lisi - (Italy) City of Women (La città delle donne), directed by Federico Fellini ...
Lucy Stone - Clothing Reform
... Horace Greeley was there, and Stone met Stanton, Susan B ... Anthony and Amelia Bloomer for the first time ... fashion, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B ...
Entertainment Weekly - Typical Content and Frequency - Specialty Issues
... Larry Flynt Joel Coen - Fargo Scott Hicks - Shine Mike Leigh - Secrets and Lies Anthony Minghella - The English Patient -- Jane Campion - The Portrait of A Lady Barbra ... Where’s Meryl Streep or Susan Sarandon or Laura Dern Supporting Actress Gloria Stuart - Titanic Joan Cusack - In Out Sigourney Weaver - The Ice Storm ... Affliction Best Actress Meryl Streep - One True Thing Susan Sarandon - Stepmom Fernando Montenegro - Central Station Gwyneth Paltrow - Shakespeare In Love Cate Blanchett - Elizabeth - Cameron Diaz - There's ...

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    ... while one-half of the people of the United States are robbed of their inherent right of personal representation in this freest country on the face of the globe, it is idle for us to expect that the men who thus rob women will not rob each other as individuals, corporations and Government.
    —Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)

    When Abraham Lincoln penned the immortal emancipation proclamation he did not stop to inquire whether every man and every woman in Southern slavery did or did not want to be free. Whether women do or do not wish to vote does not affect the question of their right to do so.
    Mary E. Haggart, U.S. suffragist. As quoted in History of Woman Suffrage, vol. 4, ch. 3, by Susan B. Anthony and Ida Husted Harper (1902)