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Are Women People? A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times is the title of the collection of satirical poems published on June 12, 1915 by suffragist Alice Duer Miller. Many of the poems in this collection were originally released individually in the New York Tribune.
This collection mainly contains satirical works and poetry designed to promote the suffrage movement. Her collection was broke down into five sections: the Treacherous Texts, Campaign Material, Women's Sphere, A Masque of Teachers, and The Unconscious Suffragists. Each section varied in the style of writing employed by Miller from poetry, to prose, to lists, to a short play, but all of the writings promoted feminist and suffragist themes and ideals. (wikipedia.org)