At least she is consistent

Jeannette Rankin was a social worker from Montana and was the first woman to be elected to Congress. She was one of 50 Representatives to vote against entering WW I. After her term she quit politics before being elected to a second term in 1940. She was the only member of Congress to vote against entering WW II.

(Book – The Shadow of Blooming Cove:Warren G. Harding in His Times – Francis Russell)

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