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Eleanor Roosevelt
Women in Politics
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We women are callow fledglings as compared with the wise
old birds who manipulate the political machinery, and we still
hesitate to believe that a woman can fill certain positions in
public life as competently and adequately as a man. For instance,
it is certain that women do not want a woman for President.
Nor would they have the slightest confidence in her ability to
fulfill the functions of that office.

(The Home Magazine 5 No.3, March 1932)

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