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"To thank men like Cowan, who did not desire to enfranchise woman any more than the negro, was to stultify ourselves," he said.
From here on there was only one course to follow, to press again for a Sixteenth Amendment to enfranchise women.
An alien immigrant to our shores may desire to attain the full status of citizenship; but desire alone will never enfranchise him.
North Dakota's constitution provided that the legislature might in the future enfranchise women.
For her it was not so much a question of enlightening the angels; the important thing was to enfranchise them.
The Republican press was equally hostile to the proposition to enfranchise women.
Those who enfranchise the mind render service to man as well as those who persuade the heart.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
It did not enfranchise a class that sought and understood power, but bondmen who had played no part in the struggle.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESCHARLES A. BEARD AND MARY R. BEARD
Of the two it would be better to disfranchise the soldiers and enfranchise the mothers.
Enfranchise them, and they become self-respecting and country-loving citizens.

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