[Harrisburg, Pa: Pennsylvania Women Suffrage Association, c. 1914].
7 x 6-1/4 inches. Some overall browning, else fine OCLC records only a New York printing. Item #238905
Suffragte circular arguing that women have always been complicit in their own subjugation, citing women’s conservative reactions to Vassar College and female education in general. Blackwell aargues that the suffragists movement must persist despite the indifference or opposition of those who stand to benefit from reform: “… human nature is conservative, and it is fully as conservative in women as in men. The persons who take a strong interest in any reform are generally few … ”.
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