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1907: Women in the Finnish parliament  
On the morning of May 25, 1907, the 181 men in Finland’s parliament were confronted by an usual sight: for the first time, women entered the sacred building. A total of 19 female members of parliament took their seats for the first time on this day.

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An unusual spectacle presented itself to the 181 men in Finland’s parliament on 25 May 1907. What was it?
  The speaker proclaimed women’s voting rights.
  Women took their seats for the first time.
  A woman became prime minister for the first time.
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