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Women were emotionally and mentally incapable of voting



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Women were emotionally and mentally incapable of voting.

  • Women’s votes would purify politics and effect needed reforms.

  • Exercising the vote would undermine and corrupt female character.




    1. The first woman's rights convention in America was held in:

    1. Boston, MA

    2. Seneca Falls, NY

    3. Cheyenne, WY

    4. Jamestown, VA



  • 5. Which of the following statements best expresses the “justice” argument for woman suffrage?

    (1) As women were morally superior, their enfranchisement would improve political life.

    (2) Women voters would defeat corruption, gambling, and the saloon.

    (3) Women’s votes were needed to protect the family and promote progressive reform.




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