Tract : Woman's influence in politics. An address delivered by Henry Ward Beecher, at the Cooper institute, New York ... Feb. 2, 1860.

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Title

Tract : Woman's influence in politics. An address delivered by Henry Ward Beecher, at the Cooper institute, New York ... Feb. 2, 1860.

Description

Series: Woman's Suffrage Tracts, No. 1
Beecher argues that women have natural gifts in the same way as men do and should be permitted to publicly exercise those gifts in the same way. He advocates for woman's suffrage, saying the woman's influence is too important to be restricted to the household. Men and women would make more progress in reform and public affairs if they were able to influence one another.

Date

1871

Subject

New England Woman's Suffrage Association
Women in politics
Women --Political activity

Creator

Beecher, Henry Ward, 1813-1887.

Publisher

Boston : For sale by C.K. Whipple

Format

17, [3] p.

Language

English

Identifier

ALMS.1871.02

Coverage

New York, Boston

Original Format

Tracts (documents)

Physical Dimensions

19 cm.

URL

Available online through Google Books

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