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President Trump announced Tuesday that he will issue a posthumous pardon to Susan B. Anthony, a suffrage leader. Anthony was arrested for illegally voting in 1872 and subsequently put on trial.

The pardon comes 100 years to the day when all women won the right after Tennessee ratified the 19th Amendment, which was named for Anthony. What quality stands out about Anthony and the suffragists? Resilience.

This is an undated sketch drawing of suffragette Susan B. Anthony. Anthony, who was active in the anti-slavery movements, became a leader in women's rights in 1854 and co-founded the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869. She was born in Adams, Ma., in 1820 and died in 1906. (AP Photo)

This is an undated sketch drawing of suffragette Susan B. Anthony. Anthony, who was active in the anti-slavery movements, became a leader in women’s rights in 1854 and co-founded the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1869. She was born in Adams, Ma., in 1820 and died in 1906. (AP Photo)

Resilience guided Abigail Adams in 1776. When a British admiral intercepted and published a letter in the newspaper from her husband, John Adams, to her, Abigail had a reason to pause.

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