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‘The change that came over the extremists [‘extreme feminists’] is described very well in an interview which appeared about two months ago, in the “New York Evening Post” under the heading of ""the new Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst"", portion of which I will now read to you: - “The war has made deep changes in people & institututions – but in no person or institution have the changes been more searching & complete than those wrought in Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst – There was once a time when Germany gave as one of the chief reasons why England could not go to war -- The activities of Mrs Pankhurst & her cohort of wild women ----Mrs Pankhurst had a wide reputation over the world, as its most dangerous fanatic – I remember a suffrage campaign in Northern Connecticut, several years ago, where we could not find a village so small, nor an audience so ignorant that Mrs Pankhurt’s name was not flung around as a taunt & a rejection of our pleas – The forces of Revolution & Radicalism claimed Mrs Pankhurst for their own ---- When she came to the United States, curious crowds filled Carnegie Hall & Madison Square Gardens to see this woman who chained herself to iron bars , & starved in prision & sent her followers out on errands of incendiarism & wholesale destruction -- Now Mrs Pankhurst is in this country as spokeswoman for the strongest agent of law & order in the world --- She is here to work for the war, but she has words to say about other things than war. She is strangely serene, except when you mention Russia & Ellen Kay --- She looks well & happy & many years younger than when she came on errands of militant propagand ---- she has much to say about Radicals & Agitators for instance – I asked her about the socialists & labour men in England & their probable influence on matters of peace & reconstruction --- She swept them aside -- ”What use are these people? She said. All they do is talk, talk, talk, & agitate & oppose -- They have no power & they are fit to have no power --- They are impractical, these rebels. They could not govern or take responsibility if they had the chance --- They talk about conferences with

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Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
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Australia
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Cumbrae-Stewart, Zina Beatrice
Related place
Australia
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