I was talking with a distinguished scholar of women's history yesterday and she mentioned that she's going to show one of her classes Iron Jawed Angels. I commented that this is one place that our courses overlap. I mention the movie in my trusts and estates class when we read In re Strittmater, where a New Jersey court invalidated the will of a testator who left her property to the National Woman's Party. In looking for a copy of the case to email this professor, I checked wikipedia. (Of course they don't have the case, but now I do.) That led me to read their description of the case; the way it's written it seems as though the case was correctly decided. I have found wikipedia entries quite good in recent years, but this time I think it's off-base. Thoughts?
The illustration is Alice Paul Hall on Swarthmore's campus.