Language proposed by the Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore to give the right to vote to every Baltimore resident, male or female, over the age of 21, provided that they:
"possess any one of the following qualifications, to wit: (a) If such person…
Series: Woman Suffrage Tracts No. 8
Hoar examines the idea of what makes a cohesive "Republic" and argues that the participation and influence of women is necessary for the church, state and community to be successful and happy.
Table of Contents
1. Officers federated national councils, and honorary vice-presidents.
2. Quinquennial report, 1899.
3. What is the International Council of Women?
5. Standing orders for Council.
6. Standing orders for…
The author reviews sections of the Constitution to make the argument that the individual articles and overall document should not be treated as gender specific. Men and women are equally interested in issues that impact them socially, economically,…