Victoria Woodhull and Tennessee Celeste Claflin used their wealth achieved in Volume I to become the first women to open a brokerage firm and own, edit, and publish a newspaper. How else will the sisters use their fame and fortune? Victoria becomes the first woman invited to address the United State House of Representatives. She becomes the spokesperson for Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony. Meanwhile, Tennessee runs for state office. Then, Victoria secures the nomination and runs for President of the United States. Read how Victoria and Tennie speak to huge crowds across the nation. Learn about the Free Love movement Victoria championed. Watch and see why Victoria is repeatedly elected as president of the American Association of Spiritualists. Go inside the battles and meet the combatants for woman suffrage and the legal emancipation of women in America. Discover amazing women and their contributions to the annals of our nation. Learn why the inability of the women of the time to reconcile their differences delayed female suffrage for half a century. Find out the sordid details of the conflict that became the “Trial of the Century,” the longest running and most publicized newspaper event of its era, pitting the sisters against the conservative religious establishment. Can the two sisters survive the war they engaged in? What will be the price they must pay? How will they face their worst fears, endure, and overcome? How does this shape the rest of their lives and the history of America?