From Woman and the Republic by Helen Kendrick Johnson. This edition originally published in 1913.
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A Survey of the Woman Suffrage Movement in the United States and a Discussion of the Claims and Arguments of Its Foremost Advocatesby Helen Kendrick Johnson
A New and Enlarged Edition
With an Index
The Guidon Club
Opposed to Woman Suffrage
By D. APPLETON AND COMPANY.
By HELEN KENDRICK JOHNSON.
- CHAPTER I. Introductory
- CHAPTER II. Is Woman Suffrage Democratic?
- CHAPTER III. Woman Suffrage and the American Republic
- CHAPTER IV. Woman Suffrage and Philanthropy
- CHAPTER V. Woman Suffrage and the Laws
- CHAPTER VI. Woman Suffrage and the Trades
- CHAPTER VII. Woman Suffrage and the Professions
- CHAPTER VIII. Woman Suffrage and Education
- CHAPTER IX. Woman Suffrage and the Church
- CHAPTER X. Woman Suffrage and Sex
- CHAPTER XI. Woman Suffrage and the Home
- CHAPTER XII.
- Later Postscript
- [Extracts from Reviews]
[I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII]
[Table of Contents Index]