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  • Tags: States' rights

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Campaign flier against reelecting President Woodrow Wilson, issued by the National Woman's Party.

In 1916, the National Woman's Party chose to oppose all Democratic congressional candidates on the policy of "holding the party in power responsible"…

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Series: House of Representatives, 64th Congress, 2d Session, Report 1216, Parts 1 and 2.

The first, submitted by the Committee on the Judiciary on December 15, 1916, contains no recommendation on the woman suffrage amendment.

The second,…

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Reprints a statement by President Woodrow Wilson in support of woman suffrage in New Jersey as a states' rights issue and not a federal issue. The flier demonstrates the way the initiative will appear on the ballot along with information on New…

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The broadside, published by the Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama contains excerpts from "The Negro and the New Social Order," published in The Messenger, a magazine founded in 1917 by A. Phillip Randolph and Chandler Owen as the…

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Promotional flier published by the National American Woman Suffrage Association Literature Committee, meant to for states where women were not permitted to vote. The flier encourages people to sign the peition for the federal suffrage amendment.

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The pamphlet asks and answers the question "In the United States all men are allowed to vote. Why not women?"

This pamphlet was published as a part of the campaign to lobby for woman's suffrage in the upcoming election in New York State. New York…

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Flier lists twenty positive facts under the categories of where women vote and how women vote.

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Leaflet containing quotes by prominent Catholic clergy to demonostrate Catholic support for woman's suffrage. The PWSA published this leaflet as a part of their lobbying campaign for an upcoming suffrage referendum in 1915. The referendum did not…