The Fundamental Error of Woman Suffrage

By: Parker, William

Price: $200.00

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Book Condition: Very Good in Poor dj

[book is modestly but evenly worn, front hinge a little weak; jacket spine is completely gone, and the remainder of the jacket is heavily chipped along all edges (but with no significant loss of jacket text)]. An anti-suffrage screed, with the sort of title that makes you want to say "oh yeah? so show me!" Well, a quick rundown of some representative chapter titles will give you a pretty good snapshot: Chapter I, "Woman Suffrage a Moral Error"; Chapter VII, "Man, the Head of Woman"; Chapter XII, "The Moral Fall of Women and the Church"; Chapter XIV, "Woman Suffrage AntiChristian." From the front jacket panel: "When woman lusts after temporal power her spiritual significance suffers, having a tendency to make her less modest, less kind, less motherly, and, in general, less womanly, which is fundamentally and morally wrong." I tried digging up a little biographical information about the author, but didn't find anything except for the fact that this was apparently the only book he ever wrote. To be honest, I didn't try very hard, because I figured the very best thing to be said about him is that he's been dead for a long, long time.

Title: The Fundamental Error of Woman Suffrage

Author: Parker, William

Categories: Women's Issues / Feminism,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Chicago, Fleming H. Revell Company: (c.1915)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Poor dj

Seller ID: 25035

Keywords: Women's Suffrage Women's Rights Sexism Voting