Host Warren Lawrence interviews Sally Roesch Wagner, editor of The Women's Suffrage Movement, a collection of original writings by women during the suffrage movement. This book is guided by Wagner's incisive commentary to help make the writing as accessible as possible to modern-day readers during a time when many of the questions suffragists were trying to answer are still left unanswered.

Wagner founded one of the first college-level women's studies programs in the country and also received one of the first doctorates in women's studies in the United States. She has taught women's studies courses for over 50 years and continues to teach as an adjunct.