1890-1945: During this period, the US started involving in more foreign affairs, as well as continuing its expansion, seizing economic stability and growth on the less developed countries, which triggered the war against Spain, and won the US the Philippines.
The growing divide with industrialisation and migration led to a New America. The remaining effects of the industrial age, equality in terms of labor, working all day and all night with no rest, the alcohol prohibition, vast economic inequality and large amounts of political corruption developed into the progressive era. Women and children worked without rest, health insurance and education. All of these combined triggered the questioning of the government regulation economically. The National American Woman Suffrage Association, created by Elizabeth Cady, changed its strategy and is now argues that women deserve the right to vote because they are different from men and can create a purer, more moral “maternal commonwealth”, which can also be seen in the peaceful demonstration for temperance.
At the same time, women’s prominent participation in various reform groups became increasingly relevant. Jane Adams introduced the settlement movement, which focused on city slums and the amelioration of wretched living conditions, and the education reform, which aimed to provide accessible education to more children. Margaret Sanger, founder of the birth control movement, led a crusade for women health care, as well as brought birth control to African American communities. Alice Paul helped pass the 19th Amendment, where women's suffrage was granted and
Alongside with those significant contributors of women rights, women’s suffrage ended in 1920 with the 19th amendment. This was made possible by all of the significant individuals, the Seneca falls convention, women’s participation during civil war, their continued participation in relevant reforms as well as The Progressive Campaign for Suffrage.