When the Women Reign. 1930

TitleWhen the Women Reign. 1930
Year for Search1909
AuthorsWilson, Jesse
Date Published[1909]
PublisherArthur H. Stockwell
Place PublishedLondon
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Begins with the reform of the British system: temperance, old age pensions, disestablishment of the church, reform of education, redistribution of land and money, and reduction of work to six hours a day six days a week for all men. Votes for women turned out of office all those who had achieved this eutopia. Women were corrupted by power and wealth. Presents all the standard anti-feminist arguments. In the end all women are voted out of office.

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[1909] Wilson, Jesse. When the Women Reign. 1930. London: Arthur H. Stockwell. L

Begins with the reform of the British system: temperance, old age pensions, disestablishment of the church, reform of education, redistribution of land and money, and reduction of work to six hours a day six days a week for all men. Votes for women turned out of office all those who had achieved this eutopia. Women were corrupted by power and wealth. Presents all the standard anti-feminist arguments. In the end all women are voted out of office.