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“Mere” Men and New Institutes – June 1917

Somebody writing in last Saturday’s issue under “Current Topics” spoke of attending the women’s meeting in Edinburgh in order to learn as “a mere man … his true position of subordination” … “now that it is settled that women are … Continue reading

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Love Honour and Obey – March 1913

Not infrequently of late years, brides have been successful in persuading the ministers who performed their marriage ceremony to omit the word “obey” from the service. (I am ignorant of the Prestyberian form of religious marriage service, and do not … Continue reading

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Women to Think Things Out – July 1917

The Electoral Bill is not yet on the statute book, but barring unforeseen accidents we may presume that at the next Parliamentary election, the farmer’s wife will have the same right to the vote as her husband has. Probably, there … Continue reading

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