The man is interested in his children
and, knowing their needs, should have a
voice in making laws for their welfare and
The woman is interested in her children,
and having a keener sense of their needs
should have a voice in making laws for
their welfare and protection. There is no
argument for his right to vote that does
not apply with equal propriety for her
right to vote.
J. G. LOWE,
Mar. 12, 1917. Fountain City, Tenn.
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