E. M. H.
December 1978
American Heritage;Dec1978, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p106
Emphasizes the feminism of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. Excerpts from the essay "Practicability of Giving Men and Women Equal Rights," written by the president in 1880; Inferiority of women; Views of Roosevelt on woman suffrage.


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