On February 27, 1922, the Supreme Court upheld the Nineteenth Amendment (allowing women to vote) in a case that challenged its constitutionality (Leser v. Garnett). The decision was unanimous (and I would have liked to see the looks on the faces of the dudes on the challenging side).

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Mary Brock is a scientist who works on drugs you've hopefully never heard of. She enjoys cooking to Blue Grass music, messing with her cats, and hosting the Boston Skeptics' Book Club. She was born in the South but loves living in New England (despite the lack of chocolate chip pizza). Mary does not use Twitter and don't even try to follow her, because she is always looking over her shoulder.

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  1. Profile photo of Jones Volkoba
    February 27, 2013 at 10:58 am —

    I’m glad you loved this. Even though it didn’t blow me away, I really enjoyed it and I’m looking forward to the sequel.
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      February 27, 2013 at 11:07 am —

      A while back, my book club read “The Marie Curie Effect,” and it was all about notable women scientists. You might want to check it out!

  2. Profile photo of criticaldragon1177
    February 27, 2013 at 11:36 am —

    Mary

    That Leser v. Garnett case sounds like the opponents of women voting got incredibly desperate. How do you say the constitution is unconstitutional? That’s basically what they would have to have done, since their arguments sound really stupid. Than again, Sexist arguments, tend to be really stupid.

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    February 28, 2013 at 10:46 pm —

    Time to sleep with the window open! :D

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