Washington, DC: Democratic National Committee, 1924. Small 8vo, pp.142. Paper wraps. Small cartoons at chapter heads. Ex library with stamps. Cover little worn especially at spine, some leaves dog-eared, edges soiled, o/w VG. Item #49951
Claiming that they had been the supporters of the suffrage movement right along, the Democrats open their arms to newly enfranchised women, asking for support for John W Davis for President. This is the first Presidential election open to women. Includes an article by Eleanor Roosevelt.