File:Speech on Partial Suffrage by Laura Clay to the Kentucky Constitutional Convention, December 12, 1890.pdf

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English: Laura Clay, representing the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, advocates for the inclusion of a passage empowering the Kentucky legislature to grant woman's suffrage - even if in incremental stages called "partial suffrage" - reasoning that the enfranchisement of women is an important way to prove their patriotism.
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Author Official Report of the Proceedings and Debates in the Convention Assembled at Frankfort, on the Eighth Day of September, 1890, to adopt, amend or change the Constitution of the State of Kentucky. Volume II. Frankfort, KY: E. Polk Johnson, Printer, 1890.

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