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[July 30, 1913] To the Editor of the Daily Progress- Sir-In these tumultuous days when we suffragists and anti-suffragists are joyously hurling our persuasions at one another, it is well for onlookers to remember that, little as it may appear to them, we really have some things in common. Convictions, regard for a good opponent; and the fervent belief that indifference is the unforgivable sin. [remainder of paragraph crossed out] Our friend Mrs. Franklin Goodwin of The New York Association Opposed to Woman's Suffrage, in her speech at Assembly Hour on Tuesday said that the suffragists claimed only ten per cent of the women of our country. Suffragists have never "claimed" any definite percent; for the reason that there is no basis upon which to make calculations. Already three