Doris Stevens, who wrote "Jailed for Freedom"

Listen! This podcast of just over two minutes is the introduction to Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens who documented the last phase of the struggle for Votes for Women. It explains why a bolder approach was necessary and how this became a state of mind as well as a record of actions. The work is dedicated to Alice Paul. This short clip is from a recording of the entire work, now in the public domain, brought to you by LibriVox. This book can be ordered through Amazon.

3 Responses

  • Robert R.

    “The night of terror” was news to me and it sure was an eye opener.

  • Melanie R.

    Hi there, Mildred. I feel like I’m getting to know you through these comments. I am a fan of these clips too…..

  • Mildred Kramer

    I know this is a book read by a younger women. I can’t help but hear Doris Steven’s voice come through. She wrote the book right as the experience was fresh in her life. Thanks for making it available. I love the short audio clips.

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