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Who writes all your letters. You frequently praise
Her poise and good sense; well, she wants it, she says."

"Do you think that her judgment or mine is the ripest?"
He asked. "Must I learn how to vote from my typist?"

"Well, then," she went on, "all the teachers at school
Are for it."

He laughed. "I have found as a rule
That all of the unmarried women I've known
Want nothing so much as a home of their own;
If all of your teachers were married, you'd note
A striking decrease in their wish for the vote."

"Many teachers are married," she started to say,
But he begged she would not contradict in that way.

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