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Article:Women's suffrage in the United States
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The monthly women's magazine ''The Delineator,'' in the 1890s to the 1920s was edited by Charles Dwyer, [[Theodore Dreiser]] and William Hard. They emphasized the "New Woman" who enjoyed sports such as golf, archery, and gymnastics, appreciated new technologies such as automobiles, and embraced social reform.<ref>Sidney R. Bland, "Shaping the Life of the New Woman: The Crusading Years of the Delineator," ''American Periodicals,'' 2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, pp 165–18</ref>
 
The monthly women's magazine ''The Delineator,'' in the 1890s to the 1920s was edited by Charles Dwyer, [[Theodore Dreiser]] and William Hard. They emphasized the "New Woman" who enjoyed sports such as golf, archery, and gymnastics, appreciated new technologies such as automobiles, and embraced social reform.<ref>Sidney R. Bland, "Shaping the Life of the New Woman: The Crusading Years of the Delineator," ''American Periodicals,'' 2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, pp 165–18</ref>
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