J. Ellen Foster quotes

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Sentiment is the mightiest force in civilization; not sentimentality, but sentiment. Women will bring this into politics. Home, sw ...
Party action should follow, not precede the creation of a dominant popular sentiment.
...to many a mother's heart has come the disappointment of a loss of power, a limitation of influence when early manhood takes the ...
The cultivation of one set of faculties tends to the disuse of others. The loss of one faculty sharpens others; the blind are sens ...
The country needs the political work of women to-day as much as it has ever needed woman in any other work at any other time.
It is too late in the century for women who have received the benefits of co-education in schools and colleges, and who bear their ...
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