WOMEN: On National Committees

That Republican women may have their fingers in the political pie as much as Democratic women is the object of a letter which Senator Pepper of Pennsylvania wrote to John T. Adams, Chairman of the Republican National Committee. In 1920 at San Francisco the Democratic Convention decided that there should be one man and one women to represent each State on the Democratic National Comittee. Republican women want a similar privilege. On the Republican Executive Committee there are eight men and eight women, but since the officers of the Republican National...

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