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Optional was a pcmcia pager card designed by Motorola, an RS232 adapter cable for use with PC-Link to access files from a personal computer, and an RJ11 adapter cable to allow voice and data calls to be made over pots land-lines.17 Rankin's portrait, by Sharon Sprung, in the House of Representatives Collection Shortly after her term began, Congress was called into an extraordinary April session in response to Germany's declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare on all Atlantic shipping.Operating system and applications edit The Simon used the file system from Datalight ROM-DOS along with file compression from Stacker.Schneidawind, John (November 23, 1992)."As a woman I can't go to war she said, "and I refuse to send anyone else." 30 After the vote, a crowd of reporters pursued Rankin."Miss Rankin is lone dissenter in war vote".4 22 Simultaneously, a splinter group of activists from the women's liberation movement created a protest within the Brigade's protest by staging a "Burial of True Womanhood " hm online rabatt at Arlington National Cemetery to draw attention to the passive role allotted to women as wives and.Retrieved January 10, 2013.4 5, a member of the, republican Party during the, progressive Era, Rankin was also instrumental in initiating the legislation that eventually became the 19th Constitutional Amendment, granting unrestricted voting rights to women."Artist Paints Mural of Jeannette Rankin on Kalispell Brewery"."BellSouth: IBM Simon PDA Cellphone".With little chance of retaining her House seat, she chose to run for the Senate in 1918.43 A statue of Rankin, inscribed "I Cannot Vote For War was placed in the United States Capitol 's Statuary Hall in 1985.The Simon Personal Communicator was the first PDA to include telephony features."National Constitution Center Centuries of Citizenship Jeannette Rankin becomes first woman elected to Congress".
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