The Suffragettes wanted the vote for women. They fought hard and dirty. Many opposed them. In this gallery of postcards, you will see the tactics employed by the anti-Suffragettes. Their message was simple: women’s rights meant female domination, child neglect and male slavery. The Dunston-Weiler Lithographic Company’s set of 12 postcards is typical. women seeking the vote are haughty, lazy, cruel, domineering and just plain wrong.
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