This satirical lithograph, published by Currier and Ives in New York in 1869, comments on the feminist movement. A satirical lithograph titled “The Age of Brass.” It shows woman standing in line to vote for another woman. A sign next to the female candidate reads, “Vote for the celebrated man tamer.” A woman is scolding her husband, who is holding a baby. Which statement most likely represents the point of view of Currier and Ives? Women should be allowed to vote because they dress better than men. Women should not be allowed to vote because gender roles will be reversed. Women should not be allowed to vote because more women will go to the polls than men. Women should be allowed to vote because it will force men to act more responsibly.
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