Elements of Debating eBook

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“Woman’s Rights,” Outlook, C, 262-66 (February 3, 1912).

“Woman’s Rights,” Outlook, C, 302-4 (February 10, 1912).

“Concerning Some of the Anti-Suffrage Leaders,” Good House-keeping, LV, 80-82 (July, 1912).

“Expansion of Equality,” Independent, LXXIII, 1143-45 (November 14, 1912).

“Marching for Equal Suffrage,” Hearst’s Magazine, XXI, 2497-501 (June, 1912).

“Woman and the California Primaries,” Independent, LXXII, 1316-18 (June 13, 1912).

“Woman Suffrage Victory,” Literary Digest, XLV, 841-43 (November 23, 1912).

“Woman’s Demonstration; How They Won and Used the Votes in California,” Collier’s, XLVIII, 17-18 (January 6, 1912).

“Recent Strides of Woman’s Suffrage,” World’s Work, XXII, 14733-45 (August, 1911).

“Woman’s Suffrage in Six States,” Independent, LXXI, 967-20 (November 2, 1911).

“Women Did It in Colorado,” Hampton’s Magazine, XXVI, 426.

“Woman’s Victory in Washington” (state), Collier’s, XLVI, 25.

“Are Women Ready for the Franchise?” Westminster, CLXII, 255-61 (September, 1904).

“Argument against Woman’s Suffrage,” Outlook, LXIV, 573-74 (March 10, 1900).

“Check to Woman’s Suffrage in the United States,” Nineteenth Century, LVI, 833-41 (November, 1904).

“Female Suffrage in the United States,” Harper’s Weekly, XLIV, 949-50 (October 6, 1900).

“Ought Women to Vote?” Outlook, LVIII, 353-55 (June 8, 1901).

“Outlook for Woman’s Suffrage,” Cosmopolitan, XXVIII, 621-23 (April, 1900).

“Woman’s Suffrage in the West,” Outlook, LXV, 430-31 (June 23, 1900).

“Movement for Woman’s Suffrage,” Outlook, XCIII, 265-67 (October 2, 1909).

“Why?” Everybody’s, XXI, 723-38.

“Woman’s Rights,” Twentieth-Century Encyclopedia.

“THE AMERICAN NAVY SHOULD BE ENLARGED SO AS TO COMPARE IN FIGHTING STRENGTH WITH ANY IN THE WORLD”

Affirmative

  I. The scattered possessions of the United States demand the
  protection of a large navy.

  II.  The expense of the proposed navy would be a judicious investment.

  III.  The proposed enlargement of the navy would be a step toward
  universal peace.

Negative

  I. The geographical situation of the United States makes a large navy
  unnecessary.

  II.  The expense entailed, if the proposed plan were put into practice,
  would embarrass the United States.

  III.  To carry out the proposed plan would be to increase the chances
  of war.

BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHY

“Relative Sea Strength of the United States,” Scientific American CVII, 174 (August 31, 1912).

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