The History Of Equal Suffrage In Colorado 1868 1898 Classic Reprint

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Excerpt from The History of Equal Suffrage in Colorado: 1868-1898

While the measure was pending in the assembly it was also liberally discussed by pulpit, press and people, and from all these sources ridicule and misrepresentation were the answers to truth and serious argument coming from similar sources on the other side of the question, for all elements including the women were divided on the point. By a portion of the clergy it was bitterly assailed and, though not a partisan measure, it was characterized by the Republicans as the Great Democratic Reform. Naturally the Democrats dis avowed partisan paternity to the new measure, and thus political prejudice and apathy became added elements of Opposition.

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The History Of Equal Suffrage In Colorado 1868 1898 Classic Reprint

Author: Joseph G. Brown
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I ntroductory, Multiplying benefits and bleesings have followed the triumph of Equal Suffrage in Colorado.. The campaign of 1893 was a most notable one in the universal contest for equal rights for women. The victory was complete, and in its brilliant train of happy results are the substantial trophies of conquest which stand as a pledge for the final redemption of society. Now, after the experience of five years in the use of the ballot, the women of Colorado have come to a realization that the exercise of suffrage is but the open way of opportunity to their noble aspirations and their wider sphere of usefulness as equal factors with men in all human affairs. This practical understanding of the privileges of citizenship has stimulated the women of Colorado to a wonderful activity along all lines of public and private improvement, an activity that gives the most hopeful promise of future good to the community and furnishes the most satisfactory refutation of the dark prophesies of unbelievers. What was first, by custom termed the Womans Rights movement began in America in the middle of this century, in connection with the anti-slavery agitation, with which it at first identified itself. The first Woman s Rights Convention was held at Seneca Falls, N. Y., July 19-20,1848. An event in connection with the anti-slavery movement, transpiring in the city of London, eight years previous, is stated by Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton as the prime incentive to this first convention. The American d Qeff)A.QT io XJ ca 2s S5l VcsisN.- Slaveij Association Qonyti Xivo TiD kft Va.
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