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Author Wright, Almroth, 1861-1947, author

Title The unexpurgated case against woman suffrage / by Sir Almroth E. Wright, M.D., F.R.S
Published London : Constable, 1913
London : Constable and Company, Ltd., 10 Orange Street, Leicester Square, 1913
Printed by T. and A. Constable, printers to His Majesty at the Edinburgh University Press


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 ADPML SPC  324.630941 Wri/Uca 1913  LIB USE ONLY
Description xv pages, 1 unnumbered page, 86 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Part I. Arguments which are adduced in support of woman's suffrage -- Arguments from elementary natural rights -- Arguments from intellectual grievances of woman -- Arguments which take the form of "Counsels of perfection" addressed to man -- Part II. Arguments against the concession of the parliamentary suffrage to woman -- Woman's disability in the matter of physical force -- Woman's disability in the matter of intellect -- Woman's disability in the matter of public morality -- Mental outlook and programme of the female legislative reformer -- Ulterior ends which the woman's suffrage movement has in view -- Part III. Is there, if the suffrage is barred, any palliative or corrective for the discontents of woman? -- Appendix. Letter on militant hysteria, reprinted by permission from the Times, March 28, 1912
Analysis Suffrage--History
Notes Appendix, Letter on militant hysteria
Subject Women -- Suffrage.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain.
Women -- Suffrage -- Great Britain.
Women -- history.
Author Constable (Firm), publisher
T. and A. Constable, printer
Edinburgh University Press, printer
LC no. 13026115