Article on woman suffrage introduced in the United States Senate by Hon. Thomas B. Catron, Senator from the state of New Mexico. February 19, 1917

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Title

Article on woman suffrage introduced in the United States Senate by Hon. Thomas B. Catron, Senator from the state of New Mexico. February 19, 1917

Description

Article, written by Senator Thomas B. Catron, in opposition to a federal suffrage amendment.

Contents include:
Failure of women to vote when given the ballot
The women's vote for president
Taxation and woman suffrage
Prohibition and woman suffrage
Schools and playgrounds
Vice not suppressed where women vote
War and woman suffrage
Wage-earning women and woman suffrage
Woman suffrage undemocratic
Woman suffrage not an inherent right
Women as office seekers
Rural communities and woman suffrage
Women as jurors in woman suffrage states
Feminism and socialism
Woman suffrage and divorce
Woman suffrage unjust
Population, not territory, counts
High cost of woman suffrage
Defeats of woman suffrage
Opinions of eminent men against woman suffrage.

Date

1917

Subject

Anti-suffrage
Catron, Thomas Benton, 1840-1921
Constitutional amendments
Women--Suffrage--New Mexico

Creator

Catron, Thomas Benton, 1840-1921

Publisher

Washington, D.C. : Government Printing Office

Format

16 p.

Language

English

Identifier

DOCU.1917.12

Original Format

Articles

Physical Dimensions

24 x 15.5 cm.

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