Religious and Social Aspect of the Suffrage Movement
Page 1: "There is in the suffrage movement a religious element, a deep strain of spirituality and altruism, which gives it a peculiar moral significance, and fully justifies faith in its ultimate vindication."
Page 4: "The Christian world is awakening as never before to its social duties. Followers of Christ are becomming more keenly alive to the necessity for social service if His teachings are really to regenerate and redeem mankind. The terms "social betterment" and "social uplift" are daily becoming more familiar."
Page 14: "Under our present chaotic and unequal state of affairs, it is the duty of each individual to earnestly seek the causes and resulting in the flagrant abuses and wrongs going on about us, and to expend every effort in their re-adjustment. This should be as fully a part of our religion as the performance of any other obligation, and it is with just such a spirit that women all over the world have thrown heart and soul into the suffrage cause, believing that it is one of the forst steps towards a more equitable arrangement of society."
Page 19: "Let us awake to the needs of the world about us, to a sense of our individual responsibility in meeting those needs, and to our opportunities for serving God and man."
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