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Reprint of an address given several times by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, and received by the League to Enforce Peace the day before her death in 1919. It was subsequently published as a memorial to Shaw and includes her appeal for support of the League of…

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Argues that women in Canada, Russia, Norway, Finland, France, Denmark, Italy, and Yucatan all either have the vote or are awaiting measures under consideration. Urges New York men to consider the patriotism of New York women and vote for woman…

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Alice Stone Blackwell addresses the idea that if women were granted the right to vote, they should also be able to fight as a soldier or a police officer. She argues that a significant portion of men are neither soldier or police officer, but still…

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Reprinted from the Woman's Journal, pacifist and social reformer, Edwin D. Mead refutes the argument that government rests on force and women should not be permitted to vote based on their ability to be physically defend the nation as a soldier or…

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Answers all questions about the impact of war with the answer, "women."

Pennsylvania voters rejected the 1915 referendum to grant women of the state the right to vote. On June 24, 1919, Pennsylvania became the seventh state to ratify the 19th…

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Advertisement in Vogue magazine by the Republican National Committee, encouraging women voters to vote the Republican ticket for President, Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge.

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Published by the French Union for Woman Suffrage, this is an illustration of women in line to cast their ballots at a polling station. The woman at the front is inserting her ballot into the box. Behind her is a woman holding a baby, followed by…

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Senator James Martine, of New Jersey presents an article from the District of Columbia Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage presenting with facts on the negative impact of women voters in states where women were granted the right to vote.

The…