November 5, 2017 - On this day in 1872, Anthony voted. This after years of desperate attempts to persuade the abolition community that “universal suffrage” meant women, and not just 5% more voters, i.e., Black men. She and Anthony had done just about everything possible to win the vote and yet — no. She continued working on suffrage until her death at age 96 of the population he was eventually convicted and fined $100, which she refused to pay. How much went wrong because we failed to demand the enfranchisement of EVERYBODY after the Civil War.