From the forward, this book is intended for "the use of High Schools, Colleges, Normal Schools, clubs and any other group in which an interest in government could be aroused. We have had especially in mind also that great body of citizens whose enfranchisement may be confidently expected very soon, the women."
The author, Nancy Schoonmaker (1873 - 1965) was an author, lecturer and political activist in the womens' suffrage movement. At the time of the publication of this volume, she was Executive Secretary of the Department of Citizenship of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association.
This book was reviewed in the Yale Law Journal (Vol. 29, No. 5 (March 1920)):
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