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Hubertine Auclert Leads the Demand for Suffrage--Agitation Began in Italy with the Kingdom--Concepcion Arenal in Spain--Coëducation in Portugal--Germany: Leipsic and Berlin--Austria in Advance of Germany Caroline Svetlá of Bohemia--Austria Unsurpassed in Contradictions--Marriage Emancipates from Tutelage in Hungary--Dr. Henrietta Jacobs of Holland--Dr. Isala Van Diest of Belgium--In Switzerland the Catholic Cantons Lag Behind--Marie Goegg, the Leader--Sweden Stands First--Universities Open to Women in Norway--Associations in Denmark--Liberality of Russia toward Women--Poland--The Orient--Turkey--Jewish Wives--The Greek Woman in Turkey--The Greek Woman in Greece--An Unique Episode--Woman's Rights in the American Sense not Known 895 CHAPTER LVIII.
Fifth--That non-use of rights does not destroy them. Rights did not come new-born into the world with the revolution. Our fathers were men of middle age before they understood their own rights, but when they did they compelled the recognition of the world, and now the nations of the earth are this year invited to join you in the celebration of these principles of free government. We have special reasons for asking you to secure suffrage to the women of the District of Columbia. Woman Suffrage has been tried in Wyoming, and ample testimony of its beneficial results has been furnished, but it is a far distant territory, and those not especially interested will not examine the evidence.
If dram-shops are licensed and brothels protected, are not our sons, our brothers, tempted and ruined, our daughters lured from their homes, and lost to earth and heaven? Long and patiently women have borne wrongs too deep to be put into words; wrongs for which men have provided no redress and have found no remedy. When five years ago, with our social atmosphere poisoned with vices which as women we had no power to remove, men in authority began a series of attempts to fasten upon us by law the huge typical vice of all the ages--the social evil--in a form so degrading to all womanhood that no man, though he were the prince of profligates, would submit to its regulations for a day; then we cried out so that the world heard us.