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Pages 8-9 of a 1913 issue of Truth magazine, a satirical monthly reader.
This anti-suffrage illustration features a woman holding a bomb and torch with the text "Votes for Women" in the smoke. She has left the city behind her in ruins. Men on the right, labeled "Anarchist," "Socialist," and "Idle Worker of the World," appear jealous that she has stolen their tactics. Anti-suffragists wanted voters to link women’s suffrage with these despised radical movements.