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The purpose of a woman's life is just the same as the purpose of man's life葉hat she may make the best possible contribution to the generation in which she is living.

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Since many women will either from choice or from force of circumstances continue to earn a living outside the home, are we not duty-bound to stand for the principle of equal pay for equal work?

有ouise McKinney, 1919
 


 

Politics has much that is objectionable, but I see no good reason why it should not be conducted as a clean game. It can be cleaned up, but it never will be till the average citizen has a different attitude towards citizenship and public service, and women should contribute very much to this change. Not 'What can I get out of it?' but 'What can I put into it?' must be the thought of the citizen.

有ouise McKinney
 

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