Mass. Legislature fails to adopt woman suffrage

“Well, again has the Legislature of Massachusetts refused, by a vote of 120 to 75, to ‘submit to the people’  –so fictitiously called — meaning none but male voters — an amendment of the State Constitution, abolishing the distinction of sex in the matter of suffrage…. Let the list of ‘nays’ be carefully analyzed, and correctly published in the Woman’s Journal, so that these men may be everywhere seen and identified…”   (readinggarrisonsletters, March 9, 1875)

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