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Description: Womens Suffrage Page 7

Date: August 10 1908

Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.

Washington Times August 10, 1908 Womens Suffrage Page 7

ADVISES WOMEN TO GO ON STRIKE

Chicago, Aug. 10 - No man wants to cook and do housework, and a universal strike by women will bring them to time.
Mrs. Florence RICHARDS, of Ohio, in an address at the Lincoln Temperance Chautauqua, in Austin, was advising women to go on strike unless permitted to vote.
If we refuse to do the housework and take care of the children, she said, we would be led to the polling places on our husbands arms before a month. Then the saloon doors will cease to swing.

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