Effect of the Vote of Women on Legislation

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Title

Effect of the Vote of Women on Legislation

Description

This booklet is "an investigation in the equal suffrage states made in Dec., 1913, by 'The Evening Sun,' of New York City, and Brought up to the end of the legislative session of 1915." This report investigates the following questions: 1) "Do women who have the vote vote?" 2) "What laws have their votes passed?" and 3) "Is woman suffrage considered a success by the States that have it?" In summary, the results of this investigation were "Women who have the vote do vote. Their ballot has already passed a considerable body of law. The suffrage States seem to be satisfied to have women go on voting."

Creator

National Woman Suffrage Association

Source

M 9 Box 48, Adèle Goodman Clark papers, 1849-1978, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries

Publisher

National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company, Inc.

Date

1916 February

Contributor

Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries

Rights

This item is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries as a source is requested.

Notes

Learn more:
National Woman's Party, Social Welfare History Project
Women's Suffrage: The Movement, Social Welfare History Project

Citation

National Woman Suffrage Association, “Effect of the Vote of Women on Legislation,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed June 22, 2021, https://images.socialwelfare.library.vcu.edu/items/show/115.