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Viewpoints essay Viewpoints 10A and 10B Each viewpoint expressed their personal feelings on women voters. Julia Ward Howe of viewpoint 10A shares her opinions on why women should have the right to vote, while Emily P. Bissell of viewpoint 10B tells why she believes that women should not have the right to vote. Each woman believes strongly in her point, but as we all know, the federal government, with the 19th amendment agreed the view of 10A. In the beginning of her statement Ms. Howe even declares that “the fundamental argument of for women suffrage, of course, is justice, and this would be enough were there no other[s]” (53). But that is not enough for Julia Ward Howe; she goes on to describe twelve other reasons why women should have the right to vote. She explains voting from improving the dignity and the respect of all women in all lands, to helping women run for office. For the other 10 arguments she states that the right to vote also, improves laws; in which women only have to take 10 minutes out of their day and vote. The women can take such a small amount of time voting that things need to be faster, so
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This essay was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course HST 212 taught by Professor Wakfeild during the Fall '08 term at SUNY Brockport.

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