Women's suffrage: the reform against nature

Title

Women's suffrage: the reform against nature

Subject

Women -- Suffrage.

Description

Horace Bushnell opposed woman’s suffrage because he thought of politics as a kind of necessary evil. Chapters include: Women not created or called to govern / Scripture doctrine coincides / Subtle mistakes of feeling and argument / The report of history / Probable effects / Prospects and possibilities of women.

Creator

Bushnell, Horace (1802-1876)

Source

Title page
To the Public

Publisher

New York: C. Scribner

Date

1869

Format

Print book

Language

English

Identifier

JK1901 .B96 1869

Files

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Citation

Bushnell, Horace (1802-1876), “Women's suffrage: the reform against nature,” DeGolyer Library Exhibits, accessed November 29, 2022, https://degolyer.omeka.net/items/show/116.