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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The new organization of the League of Women Voters (in the 1920's) was fortunate not only in its leadership but also in its inheritance of methods, standards, and principles whose will had been proven in the hot fires of the suffrage campaign. Here again, just as in the matter of program there has been critical scrutiny of the methods and experimentation with techniques. Out of this inheritance and from the testing ground of 25 years of League activity have come certain principles or standards which might be called the traditions.

First comes the high regard for facts in any situation as the basis for analysis and criticism. . . women learned the "know-how" of objective research for information on any topic of League program. An extension of this "know-how" comes into being as the impartial presentation of facts and issues so as to enlighten the voter who comes in contact with it.

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