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A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage

Dates: March 9, 1910

Frank Foxcroft of Boston, Massachusetts, presented these remarks against woman's suffrage before the Judiciary Committee of the New York Legislature. He argues that most women do not want the ballot and that women already have too many burdens. He continues by discussing various other arguments opposed to woman's suffrage. He mentions Kansas on page 4 of the pamphlet. His remarks were printed by the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women.

  • A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage
  • A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage
  • A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage
  • A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage
A Man's Reasons Against Woman Suffrage