WOMEN: Super-Suffrage

Chairman of the Inter-American Commission of Women, to Study the Civil and Political Status of Women in the American Republics—no less—was what the governors of the Pan-American Union last week appointed Doris Stevens to be. Miss Stevens, a moving spirit within the National Woman's Party, attended the Pan-American Congress last January in Havana to present an Equal Rights Treaty. This was the result, gratifying to herself and colleagues. Said she: "A step of great significance . . . challenge to law makers the world over." She outlined the scope of a new super-suffrage for women of the Western Hemisphere, from...

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