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Lichtenstein Moses, Tinette, (fl. 1914) The New Citizen [Vol 3 no 3, (January 1914)]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09960 Author/Creator: Lichtenstein Moses, Tinette, (fl. 1914) Place Written: New Orleans, Louisiana Type: Magazine Date: January 1914 Pagination: 16 p. ;

One magazine entitled The New Citizen published January 1914. The magazine is dedicated to the woman's suffrage movement and contains a series of articles that are both political and informational regarding suffrage and general politics. Of particular interest is an article by Kate M. Gordon on States rights, a bill for suffrage in Mississippi, and articles about the current status of suffrage.

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