Leaflet : Equality for women the country's need: an address delivered by James M. Curley, Mayor of the City of Boston. October 16, 1915

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Title

Leaflet : Equality for women the country's need: an address delivered by James M. Curley, Mayor of the City of Boston. October 16, 1915

Description

Reprint of an address by James Curley, mayor of Boston from 1914-1919, at Mechanics Hall. Curley argues that most reform laws, including improved labor laws, extension of the school age, public health laws, and employee pension were all met with opposition and seen as potentially destructive to the country. He also refutes the idea that women's votes will be based on sentiment rather than sound judgement.

Date

1915

Subject

Curley, James Michael, 1874-1958
Social reform
Women--Suffrage--Massachusetts

Creator

Curley, James Michael, 1874-1958

Format

4 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1915.13

Original Format

Leaflets (printed works)

Physical Dimensions

24 x 16 cm.

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