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How simple it must be to live as they do!" for all the evening she had been comparing her home and her father and mother with the Suffrage office and the people there.
For, be it known, in my younger days, despite my ardent democracy, I had been opposed to woman suffrage. In my later and more tolerant years I had been unenthusiastic in my acceptance of it as an inevitable social phenomenon.
In the next place, as each representative will be chosen by a greater number of citizens in the large than in the small republic, it will be more difficult for unworthy candidates to practice with success the vicious arts by which elections are too often carried; and the suffrages of the people being more free, will be more likely to centre in men who possess the most attractive merit and the most diffusive and established characters.
that a New York state lawmaker who introduced a taxpayer suffrage bill
At first glance, better roads and women's suffrage would seem to have nothing to do with each other.
The Aberdeen Women's Suffrage Association was set up in the 1870s, campaigning among other things to get women elected to the city school board.
And many of the same visual strategies used during the suffrage debate persist today in depictions of female politicians and activists.
GOOGLING A RUNNER Millicent Fawcett 5.50 Newbury Millicent Fawcett was a British activist and political leader who is best known for her campaign for women's suffrage. Born in June 1847 to an entrepreneur, she began her career at the age of 22 at the first women's suffrage meeting.
While the topic of women's suffrage and the events leading up to the passage of the 19th Amendment and its ratification can touch upon the six foundations and complete framework of AASL standards, shared foundation IV--"Curate"--provides specific, concrete examples of how to integrate fiction, nonfiction, and web-based materials into instruction.
JOAN SANGSTER'S One Hundred Years of Struggle is a remarkable inaugural volume on the centenary of the federal extension of the suffrage to white women in Canada.
This unique position made Finnish settlers in Port Arthur-Fort William (Thunder Bay) passionate advocates for women's suffrage. Through their involvement with the socialist party, women like Sanna Kannasto rallied support among working-class women for suffrage, birth control and other controversial reform issues, a move that earned them a reputation with the RCMP as dangerous radicals.
This brief insight into the preoccupations of clergymen with signs of modernity in the midst of war, is drawn from the rich resource of the Irish Citizen suffrage newspaper and was selected by Louise Ryan for her collection of articles published in Winning the Vote for Women: the Irish Citizen Newspaper and the Suffrage Movement in Ireland.
Marking the centenary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 1920, Votes for Women is the first richly illustrated book to reveal the history and complexity of the national suffrage movement.
Hard Fought Victory focuses on the suffrage movement and will be performed at the Coatbridge attraction at 12 noon.