The only way in which the social engineers have corrupted our society at it's very foundation was through the agent of an expanded and empowered federal government. In short, the elite want control over humanity for their own benefit, but you cannot control a free people, so freedom must be done away with.
And the most effective way in doing so was to reverse the course of events that the Founding Fathers of America had set into motion - by destroying the building blocks of society, the nuclear family.
But the assault on the institution that resulted in the development of the greatest superpower nation the world has ever seen -- the nuclear family -- was one that has taken years to accomplish. Slowly but surely it has been achieved with incremental steps in a dialectical process that has fundamentally altered the entire dynamics of society and human being's interpersonal relationships.
The first step was to empower a centralized, Federal government. The original foundation of the nation was a loose affiliation of the States, each an autonomous entity held together by a document designed to limit the accumulation of power by a Federal entity. It would be exceedingly difficult to achieve the radical social engineering of the society we currently live under, in a country as set up and designed by the Founding Fathers.
So the first step was to empower the Federal Government...and the means of doing so was accomplished through Women's suffrage.
Is There Really a Bias Against Women in Politics? History Suggests Otherwise
Academics have for some time pondered why the government started growing precisely when it did. The federal government, aside from periods of wartime, consumed about 2 to 3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) up until World War I. That was the first war in which government spending didn't go all the way back down to its pre-war levels. Then in the 1920s, non-military federal spending began steadily climbing.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal — often viewed as the genesis of big government — really just continued an earlier trend. What changed before Roosevelt came to power that explains the growth of government? The answer is women's suffrage.
For decades, polls have shown that women as a group vote differently than men. Without the women's vote, Republicans would have swept every presidential race but one between 1968 and 2004.
The gender gap exists on various issues. The major one is the issue of smaller government and lower taxes, which is a much higher priority for men than for women. This is seen in divergent attitudes held by men and women on many separate issues.
There you have it in a nutshell.
The power and ability to expand the size and scope of the Federal Government to effect the changes to society to corrupt the nuclear family and subvert the national identity was to give women the "freedom" to vote.
Except the first thing women collectively did was to vote to limit, reserve, restrict or outright eliminate individual freedoms, starting with alcohol consumption.
In all seriousness, the 19th amendment is a Pandora's box. Ron Paul has a more realistic chance to win the Presidency this Fall than there is any kind of hope that the 19th amendment would ever be repealed.
Too many generations of women have been indoctrinated into the idea that their "freedom" is defined by the right to vote for more government dependency, more misandrist gender advocacy, the institution of unconstitutional peonage and unmitigated support for the divorce and abortion industries.
It's going to take a society-wide, cataclysmic upheaval of apocalyptic proportions to reverse the trends that started with the advent of female suffrage.