Replies to advertising circular for 'Women's Franchise'. Has subscribed for copies up to 26 Sep 1907, and would gladly have paid for other copies, but feels that articles inspired by Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU), are doing harm to the cause. Cannot agree with policy of alienating still further Liberal Parliamentary supporters by articles such as that on Bury St. Edmonds Election. Thinks the writer should study the life of Will Crooks who, while never sacrificing his principles, did not make enemies by bitter partisanship.
Miss Helen Taylor to [Miss Strachey]
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