Publisher Description

By their active labors all through the great conflict, women learned that they had many interests outside the home. In the camp and hospital, and the vacant places at their firesides, they saw how intimately the interests of the State and the home were intertwined ; that as war and all its concomitants were subjects of legislation, it was only through a voice in the laws that their efforts for peace could command consideration. Others invaded the pulpit, asking to be ordained, which brought the question of woman's right to preach before ecclesiastical assemblies. These various attempts to secure her political and civil rights have called forth endless discussions on woman's true position in the State, the church, and the world of work.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
1902
October 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
2,343
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
1.6
MB

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