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What arguments were made to support the idea of public school movement by the woman suffrage movement.
Arguments against women having the vote. At first, the idea that women should have the vote was seen as so ridiculous that no one attempted to oppose it. [ When the suffragettes began to win support, those opposing them had to take them more seriously. These are the arguments they came up with. Some of them might seem silly to you, but they made a lot of sense to people at the time: - “Women and men have ‘separate spheres’.” - “Most women do not want the vote.” - “Women’s role is in local affairs.” - “Women are already represented by their husbands.” - “It is dangerous to change
a system that works.” - “Women do not fight to defend their country.” ]
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