How Did the Republican Party Respond to Suffragists'
Entry into Electoral Politics in New York, 1919-1926?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Alice Wadsworth of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage to Charles E. Fuller, 11 December 1917

Document 2: "Women Call Upon Wadsworth to Quit!" New York Times, 23 November 1919

Document 3: "Protest Against Miss Hay," New York Times, 26 November 1919

Document 4: "Republican Women Criticise Miss Hay," New York Times, 8 December 1919

Document 5: "Women Anti-Wadsworth," New York Times, 21 January 1920

Document 6: Statement of Miss Mary Garrett Hay to Republican State Convention, May 1920

Document 7: "Miss Hay Will Not Hold Office After Chicago Convention," Chicago Tribune, 5 June 1920

Document 8: "Mary Garrett Hay Loses State Post," [1920]

Document 9: "Tells Why She Is Running for Senate," New York Times, 12 September 1920

Document 10: "Miller's Plurality Now Put At 138,000," New York Times, 16 September 1920

Document 11: "A Teapot in a Tempest," The Woman Citizen, 5 February 1921

Document 12: "Are Women a Menace?" The Nation, 9 February 1921

Document 13: "The Future of the League of Women Voters," The New Republic, 9 February 1921

Document 14: "The Second Thoughts of Governor Miller," Woman Citizen, 19 February 1921

Document 15: "Practical Politics," Ladies Home Journal, May 1921

Document 16: "The New Anti-Feminist Campaign," The Woman Patriot, 15 June 1921

Document 17: "Women Will Seek Wadsworth Defeat," New York Times, 20 September 1926

Document 18: "Keeps Out of Senate Fight," New York Times, 21 September 1926

Document 19: "Women in Debate on Race for Senate" New York Times, 19 October 1926

Document 20: "City Elects Wagner," New York Times, 3 November 1926

Document 21: "Miss Hay Hits Wadsworth," New York Times, 9 November 1926

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