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The sex which numbers more than one-half the population of the world is forced to enter the keen competition of life with many dis ...
The human race is not so rich in talent, genius, and useful curative energy, that it can afford to allow any considerable proporti ...
Consider the value to the race of one-half of its members being enabled to throw aside the intolerable bondage of ignorance that h ...
... the sentimentalist ... exclaims: "Would you have a woman step down from her pedestal in order to enter practical life?" Yes! A ...
We must be generously willing to leave for a time the narrow boundaries in which our individual lives are passed ... In this fresh ...
Even more important than the discovery of Columbus, which we are gathered together to celebrate, is the fact that the general gove ...
Of all existing forms of injustice there is none so cruel and inconsistent as is the position in which women are placed with regar ...
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