The State Suffrage Campaigns Virginia As a Case Study
I agree with you that as far as the present work in Virginia is concerned questions of Federal amendments are largely academic. I don't, however, believe that it is always going to be so. Its a pity to see any division among our workers -- and yet, as suffragists grow more numerous, some division along lines of temperament and judgement is bound to occur.
Revolutions have to trot along with all kinds of revolutionaries -- with bodies within bodies.
Mary Johnston to Lila Meade Valentine, 10 May 1915