The Press: Sex & the Press

It was not such a thrilling subject: women in politics. Nor such a vivid story: yesterday, Sarah Schuyler Butler, daughter of President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia University, said that women should drop feminism and sex-consciousness in politics and "get down to work"; today, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Rogers of the National Woman's Party retorted that she and her friends would stay "proudly feministic."

Nor was it a very serious accident that had befallen the young female reporter who had gathered the news. Going to the Associated Press office from her interview with Mrs. Rogers,...

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