I believe that the U.S. should take a crack at it, but I do believe it should only be an interim policy. I believe more research needs to be done on how effectively their votes can be suppressed before I would be able to support it as an indefinite policy though.
I'm only saying no because female suffrage is already in practice in the United States since the 1900's. Along with that, women have already achieved social, financial, legal, and political equality to men. So to suggest that women suffrage is not around in the United States is ignorant and foolish.