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human bemg-different'inm another
human being.: hat&;why they ceas
ed to be so jrtterestih'g' as men felt
they ought to 'be'. '' T
"Women in thehoine - now. have
no opportunity tqbring forth, what-;
ever jot of cfeatiyja power they, still
have left they-eat the ready canned
exercise, fqr. her creative force her
personality has been quickly cut off,
no -matter how 'model' the factory
-. JJEvjerything now is piece-work.
The. Jxade.-workers life is just one
roundVof'. monotony, tdo. It's 'grind'
all day. at some one little thing not
Mrs. Raymond Robins,' National President of the Women's Trader Union
League of America.
fj roods, tney,Duy-.tne reaay .woven
goods, they turmoil the heatT-every-thing
is done.b'y machinery orbought
'ready made.' NothingJs created in;
the home any more. v , . ',
"And in the factory. toot whither,
woman, has -recently- migrated, ail
vivifying, vital, full work, such as is
God-sent- for six days a week.
"Arid' no one can be a. .slave six
days a week and a citizen of America
"So'woman, to he a citizen, a citi
zen .that is fit to vote, fit to mother!
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