Some men (and some women) as well) didnt believe women were capable of understanding all the ramifications of situations they would be voting on remember logical reasoning was not seen to be in their natures.
Paul Messier Independent Conservator of Photographs Boston, Massachusetts March 19, 2010 View video ( minutes) The largest collection of its kind in the world, Paul Messier's reference collection of photographic papers was started in the late 1990s to provide an objective baseline for dating and authenticating photographic prints for scholars and connoisseurs.
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Paul Messier is an independent conservator of photographs working in Boston Massachusetts, USA.
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Voting was seen as symbolic of all the rights women were denied, and they believed voting would allow them to get into other areas of influence in society.
For the most part, men didnt want women to vote, usually for a number of reasons. They didnt want women to vote as a block, a very logical fear as women represent 51% of the population.
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