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As 1922 came to a close, it seemed that some of the Suffragettes of the old-school had not lost their taste for violence, as the reader will discover in the opening paragraph of this one page article that primarily concentrated on the defeat of all but one of the women candidates who ran for Federal offices in the 1922 elections. "Thirty-three women running for Congressional and legislative seats in New York State went down to defeat" and there were no women elected or re-elected from any state for Congress that year. However, the state of Ohio elected it's first woman to that state's Supreme Court: Florence E. Allen (1884 1965).

     


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The 1922  U.S. Elections: Some Wins But Mostly Defeats   (The Literary Digest, 1922)

The 1922  U.S. Elections: Some Wins But Mostly Defeats   (The Literary Digest, 1922)

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