Source: Socialist Woman, March 1908;
Transcribed: Sally Ryan for marxists.org in 2002.
New York City. - At a recent mass meeting in New York City the Social Democratic Woman's Society presented the following resolution, which was adopted by a unanimous vote:
"Whereas, The Socialist Party is the political expression of the working class in the United States, be it
"Resolved, By this mass meeting of men and women of New York, that we call upon the National Committee of the Socialist Party to start an energetic fight for equal suffrage for men and women 21 years of age; to put women organizers in the field with same end in view, and to distribute leaflets and literature dealing with this subject."