RACES: Delicate Aspect

Because Mrs. Sarah Oliver Hulswit, head of an anti-New Deal crusade called the Women's Rebellion, asked (unsuccessfully) Attorney General David T. Wilentz* of New Jersey to enforce against WPA workers an old New Jersey statute (ten other States have similar laws) denying to paupers the right to vote, President Roosevelt last week grew highly sarcastic in press conference. The "ladies' proposal," he snorted, was about as democratic as it would be to limit voters to male holders of B.A. degrees. While he was on the subject he went on also to denounce...

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