Quotation by General Federation Of Women's Clubs

We shall exchange our material thinking for something quite different, and we shall all be kin. We shall all be enfranchised, prohibition will prevail, many wrongs will be righted, vampires and grafters and slackers will be relegated to a class by themselves, stiff necks will limber up, hearts of stone will be changed to hearts of flesh, and little by little we shall begin to understand each other.
General Federation Of Women's Clubs (GFWC). As quoted in Everyone Was Brave, ch. 6, by William L. O'Neill (1971).

From an editorial first published in the GFWC Magazine (June 1917), predicting the long-range effects of World War I, which was then in progress.
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