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Attached, you will find two letters to the N.Y. TIMES editors commenting on a seldom remembered assault that was launched against President Wilson during the Summer of 1918 by a group of Washington, D.C. suffragettes:

"Have these women nothing more serious to do than to annoy and molest the head of the nation, the nation of which 'they are so ashamed'?"

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Suffragettes Attack President Wilson (New York Times, 1918)

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