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STUDIES IN CITIZENSHIP
 
STUDIES IN CITIZENSHIP
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THE WOMAN CITIZEN IN HER STATE.
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LESSON I.
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The Constitution and the Bill of Rights (Article 1) of Virginia.
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1. The making and makers of the Constitution.
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2. Development of the Constitution by Conven-tion and Amendment.
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3. How has the Virginia Constitution expanded the electorate of the State?
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4. How has the National Government added to our electorate?
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(Invited speaker-Teacher of history or Constitutional lawyer.)
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LESSON II.
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The Woman Citizen-Her Present Status and Duties.
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1. By what process does she become a voting citizen?
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2. Qualifications for suffrage in Virginia-sex, race, education, residence and property.
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Research Topic-The Civil Rights of Women in Virginia.
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(Interview lawyer of community.)
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LESSON III.
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The State Legislature.
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How elected and how organized.
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How the laws are made.
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Subject for Discussion-Your Representatives in the Legislature and what they stand for.
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(Interview your Representatives in the General Assembly.)
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Research Topic-Welfare laws enacted by the General Assembly of 1920.
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Va. Constitution, Art. 4.

Revision as of 18:58, 16 February 2020

STUDIES IN CITIZENSHIP

THE WOMAN CITIZEN IN HER STATE.

LESSON I. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights (Article 1) of Virginia. 1. The making and makers of the Constitution. 2. Development of the Constitution by Conven-tion and Amendment. 3. How has the Virginia Constitution expanded the electorate of the State? 4. How has the National Government added to our electorate? (Invited speaker-Teacher of history or Constitutional lawyer.)

LESSON II. The Woman Citizen-Her Present Status and Duties. 1. By what process does she become a voting citizen? 2. Qualifications for suffrage in Virginia-sex, race, education, residence and property. Research Topic-The Civil Rights of Women in Virginia. (Interview lawyer of community.)

LESSON III. The State Legislature. How elected and how organized. How the laws are made. Subject for Discussion-Your Representatives in the Legislature and what they stand for. (Interview your Representatives in the General Assembly.) Research Topic-Welfare laws enacted by the General Assembly of 1920. Va. Constitution, Art. 4.