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Mills' Logic; or, Franchise for Females
'Mills' Logic; or, Franchise for Females', 1867. John Stuart Mill, in the centre, makes a path for 'these persons' who are shown as a rather varied bunch of women. Shown, with the one exception, as taller than the men, the woman on the far left is obviously of the lower classes, whilst the woman next to her wears the embittered expression of the ageing spinster. It may be deduced from this that Punch was not wholly in favour of the emancipation of women. Mill was Member of Parliament for Westminster and proposed that the Reform Bill of 1867 be modified to include women. Mill wrote the work The Subjection of Women, and was well known for his views on the need to allow women the vote. He was a passionate advocate of equality for women whilst he served as an MP. From Punch, or the London Charivari, March 30, 1867.
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