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Equal Suffrage is Right "O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant." It is to be hoped that the ship company of the Titanic did not abuse their authority in that indescribable dark hour of peril and death. God forbid that it again shall ever be necessary to draw the line of life and death between man and woman in the face of such dreaduful catastrophe as the shipwreck of the Titanic. In the past, it has been a maxim of world-wide application that "the weak are always pressed to the wall. In out own history, wasn't it so with the negro; the red man? It has often been so, especially with small or weak nations, regardless of race, and until very modern time has more-over been universally so with the
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Equal Suffrage is Right "O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant." It is to be hoped that the ship company of the Titanic did not abuse their authority in that indescribable dark hour of peril and death. God forbid that it again shall ever be necessary to draw the line of life and death between man and woman in the face of such dreaduful catastrophe as the shipwreck of the Titanic. In the past, it has been a maxim of world-wide application that "the weak are always pressed to the wall. In out own history, wasn't it so with the negro; the red man? It has often been so, especially with small or weak nations, regardless of race, and until very modern time has more-over been universally so with the fair "weaker vessel," but the [illegible]

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Equal Suffrage is Right "O, it is excellent To have a giant's strength; but it is tyrannous To use it like a giant." It is to be hoped that the ship company of the Titanic did not abuse their authority in that indescribable dark hour of peril and death. God forbid that it again shall ever be necessary to draw the line of life and death between man and woman in the face of such dreaduful catastrophe as the shipwreck of the Titanic. In the past, it has been a maxim of world-wide application that "the weak are always pressed to the wall. In out own history, wasn't it so with the negro; the red man? It has often been so, especially with small or weak nations, regardless of race, and until very modern time has more-over been universally so with the fair "weaker vessel," but the [illegible]