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Makes the argument that if women's place is in the home and they are held responsible for the conditions in which their families' live, they should have the right to vote in order to help control those conditions.

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Originally published under the title "Boundaries of Home," in "The Congregationalist", Mary Alden Hopkins argues that the nation needs both a mother and a father to ensure all important issues are addressed, including food safety, sanitation, clean…

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Portion of an article from the Saturday Evening Post written by Dr. Woods Hutchinson, an English physician. Hutchinson argues that women's experience as homemakers is the reason they should be politically active.

The National American Woman…

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Advertisement for Kellogg's toasted corn flakes features a parade of young girls carrying boxes of toasted corn flakes as though they were placards. The slogan "Votes for Women" is along the top and along the bottom is a message signed by W.K.…

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Series of questions "all settled by politics and votes." The questions concerned issues that were considered of direct interest to women, including food safety regulation, education, child labor, protective labor legislation, mother's pensions, etc.

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Created by the Teacher's Section of the New York State Woman Suffrage Party, this flier encourages teachers to work for woman suffrage by listing the reasons why they need the vote.