It is important for people to be able to read all sides of every question; for a feeling of national unity does not come from one-sided or inadequate information, but from a sense of freedom impartially secured and of opportunity equalized by a just government.
Bribes are not offered in such a way that you can prove them, and in order to prove that I didn't accept a bribe, I had to run.
If I had my life to live over, I would do it all again, but this time I would be nastier.
The most important accomplishment, I believe, was my voting against the First World War.
If you're against war, you're against war regardless of what happens. It's a wrong method of trying to settle a dispute.
We reasoned that the men would find it difficult to vote against the women in their home states when a woman was sitting with them making laws.
It is unconscionable that 10,000 boys have died in Vietnam. If 10,000 American women had mind enough they could end the war, if they were committed to the task, even if it meant going to jail.
As a woman I can't go to war, and I refuse to send anyone else.
You take people as far as they will go, not as far as you would like them to go.
How can people in other countries who are trying to grasp our plan of democracy avoid stumbling over our logic when we deny the first steps in democracy to our women?