Quotation by Harriot K. Hunt

... dissatisfied with city expenditures, the inequality of public school education, (sexualizing education), your remonstrant pays her taxes compulsorily instead of cheerfully, feeling within her that element of patriotism which inspired her as well as your forefathers, in the utterance of that deep, full, and clear sentiment, "Taxation without representation is tyranny."
Harriot K. Hunt (1805–1875), U.S. physician and feminist. Glances and Glimpses, ch. 21 (1856).

These are the closing lines of her letter "To the Authorities of the city of Boston, Massachusetts, and the Citizens generally," in which she protested having to pay a city tax when, as a woman, she lacked the right to vote.
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