A History of Suffrage in the United States

Porter, Kirk Harold

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Synopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER DC WOMAN SUFFRAGE SINCE THE CIVIL WAR There is still half a century to deal with, half a century of fumbling with suffrage limitations in the North. Chapter viii carried the suffrage problems of the South down into the twentieth century, but it yet remains to trace the controversies in the North down to that same point. Obviously negro suffrage has not been a serious problem far outside the solid South. After the war amendments were in force and had been interpreted by the courts, negro suffrage was seldom even discussed in the northern states. Property and taxpaying tests were gone, and as far as manhood suffrage was concerned there remained nothing more to discuss but the status of the alien and the advisability of literacy tests. Those matters were of comparatively small importance, and hence it was that the woman-suffrage movement rapidly came to the fore and soon overshadowed every other suffrage problem. A history of suffrage in the North since the Civil War then is chiefly a history of the development of woman suffrage. A voluminous and thorough history of this development has already been written,1 and there is no intention now to go through it with paste pot and scissors in order to write this chapter. After disposing of some of the minor issues it will therefore only be necessary to outline the arguments for and against woman suffrage as they have been developed and enlarged upon, and finally to discuss the status of the movement in the second decade of the ..twentieth century. 1 Stanton, Anthony, and Gage, History of Woman Suffrage. Four volumes. This monumental work deals with woman suffrage in the United States since 1854. It was pointed out how most of the southern states penalized Confederate sympathizers in their...

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