Women's Place is in the Home: The Anti-Suffrage Movement

Young scholars identify with Women's Suffrage Movement in the 19th and early 20th centuries, giving them the opportunity to learn its arguments, and to see its modern-day legacy alive in the conservative women's movement led by such organizations as the Eagle Forum and the Claire Booth Luce Policy Institute. They also participate in a Conference Day.

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