Katherine Duer Mackay got no less a personage than the philospher John Dewey to lead off the lecture series she organized at Columbia University in the summer of 1909 as a program of her newly organized Equal Franchise Society. The reporter for the Boston Globe, however, appeared to be far more taken with Mrs. Mackay than what Dewey had to say.
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February 23: “Public Values in Conflict with Animal Agribusiness Practices”, UCLA Law School, Los Angeles.
March 13:“ The Suffragents,” Scarsdale Woman’s Club, Scarsdale NY.
March 25: “Judges, Lawyers,and Women’s Suffrage,” Gender Fairness Committee of the Third Judicial District, CLE, NY State Courts at SUNY Albany Law School, Albany NY.
May 15: “The Republican Suffragents,” National Women’s Republican Club, New York City.