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" Logically their elec-torate should be made up of those who can bear a valiant part in this arduous contest, those who in the past have at least attempted to care for children, to clean houses, to prepare foods, to isolate the family from moral dangers;... "
History of Woman Suffrage: 1900-1920 - Page 176
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Newer ideals of peace

Jane Addams - Peace - 1906 - 243 pages
...the population is congested, inevitably becomes the subject of municipal consideration and control. To test the elector's fitness to deal with this situation by his ability to bear arms, is absurd. A city is in many respects a great business cor182 pcration, but in other respects it is enlarged housekeeping....
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The Woman's Athenæum: The woman of affairs. Business, professions, public life

Women - 1912
...Affairs, for the most part, are going badly in these great new centers, in which the quickly congregated population has not yet learned to arrange its affairs...cities of the world — the humanwelfare point of view. materialism exist, where a thousand conflicts arise between the individual interests and the social...
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The Railway Conductor, Volume 23

1906
...at least attempted to care for children, to clean houses, to prepare foods, to isolate the families from moral dangers, those who have traditionally taken...developing in all the great cities of the world — the human welfare point of view. IN HUMANITARIAN ERA. There are many evidences that we are emerging from...
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The Concise History of Woman Suffrage: Selections from History of Woman ...

Paul Buhle, Mari Jo Buhle - History - 2005 - 468 pages
...as the feudal city was a stron¿hoId of militarism, but the modern cities fear no enemies and nvals from without and their problems of government are...rapidly developing in all the great cities of the worldthe human-welfare point of view. City housekeeping has failed partly because women, the traditional...
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Women Theorists on Society and Politics

Lynn McDonald - Philosophy - 1998 - 326 pages
...taken care of that side of life which inevitably becomes the subject of municipal consideration....To test the elector's fitness to deal with this situation...developing in all the great cities of the world, the human welfare point of view. There are many evidences that we are emerging from a period of industrialism...
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For the Public Record: A Documentary History of the League of Women Voters

Barbara Stuhler - History - 2000 - 313 pages
Members of the League of Women Voters describe in their own words, the compelling story of political--but not partisan--women in 20th-century America. The skills and knowledge ...
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