Books Emmeline Pankhurst's Epigrams with photomechanical print
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst
MRS. PANKHURST'S EPIGRAMS
GOVERNMENT does not rest upon force, it rests upon the consent of thn governed.
WE HAVE FOUGHT in a woman's way. Men use bombs.
SOME DO NOT LIKE abuse in the press. I had infinitely rather have that than no notice at all. We can do nothing without publicity.
IT IS NOT PLEASANT for a suffragette to learn how far vaunted masculine chivalry goes.
THAT WOMEN with brains make all the better mothers has been demonstrated by the sex. /
MEN SAY they cannot understand women. Yet they continue to blunder experimentally at her expense.
A WOMAN is a person when, she breaks a law. She is not adjudged a person in the making of them. We want to be persons.
IF WE ARE children Who can never grow up, why do you load upon us the duties of citizenship?
WOMEN ARE in that condition of argument and discussion which men find so irritating.
IF IT'S NECESSARY to give up being ladylike for a while in order to win the right for women to be woi.ianfy, why, we're willing.
., "� WOMEN of the leisure class form the stumbling block to our progress.