#347 : September 24, 2017

Brooke Kroeger reveals the role of men in the suffragist movement. Geoffrey Stone traces the history of prudery in America. And Bill Press talks with Stephanie Schriock of Emily’s List.

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Journalism professor Brooke Kroeger reveals the role of prominent men in New York society who helped women get the vote almost a century ago. Law professor Geoffrey Stone has written a history of “Sex and the Constitution,” showing how abortion, obscenity, and contraception were no big deal before the evangelical movement of the 1800s. And Stephanie Schriock of Emily’s List talks with Bill Press about the surge in women running for office.

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Brooke Kroeger

Brooke Kroeger, a journalist and author, has written an interesting account of how prominent men worked a century ago to get passage of the women’s suffrage amendment.

Geoffrey Stone

It’s getting harder and harder to be a good Christian, says law professor Geoffrey Stone, author of a book about sex and the Constitution. He reveals that the state with the most internet porn is … Utah!

Stephanie Schriock

Bill Press interviews Stephanie Schriock of Emily’s List.

Jim Hightower

GOP playing political games with people’s health

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