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Read this passage by Booker T.Washington:
I am in favor of every measure that will give to woman, the opportunity to develop to the highest possible extent, her moral, intellectual, and physical nature so that she may make her life as useful to herself and to others as it is possible to make it. I do not, at the present moment, see that this involves the privilege or the duty, as you choose to look upon it, of voting.
The influence of woman is already enormous in this country. She exerts, not merely in the homes, but through the schools and in the press, a powerful and helpful influence upon affairs. It is not clear to me that she would exercise any greater or more beneficent influence upon the world than she now does, if the duty of taking an active part in politics were imposed upon her. But this is a question concerning which the women know better than men, and I am willing to leave it to their deliberate judgment.

1) What 3 areas of society does Booker T. Washington cite for not actively supporting the women suffrage movement?

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    In which sentence does Washington list three areas of society?

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    I think it was supposely in the passage

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    Yep. It's there.

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    is it women's moral, intellectual, and physical nature?

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    She exerts, not merely in the homes, but through the schools and in the press, a powerful and helpful influence upon affairs.

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    thank you

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    You're welcome.

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