Quoting Caveats


As quoted in Stevens, Bridget Obragon declared, "it is better to toil for the betterment of womankind than to sleep in the lap of luxury, and wake to a world that is no longer livable"(126). Well-to-do women, generally less motivated to effect change, were called upon to wield their influence toward the goal of women's suffrage.

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