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Ideals And Realities in State And Local Government Oral History Transcript a

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Vera Smith Schultz
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So I wasn't apprehensive. I didn't know what was going on in the bars.
Morris: In the bars?
Schultz: [Laughs] Yes.
Morris: Was that the general opinion of where the ax work was being done?
Schultz: Yes. In the bars, and in the men's clubs, and in the service clubs, which were mostly men. It would surely be nice to know just what happened, but I don't know.
Morris: When did you begin to get word that this was going on?
Schultz: Toward the end of the campaign, the workers in the Schultz campaign
...would encounter this resistance to the idea of a woman on the Board of Supervisors. There "d never been one in a hundred and three years. It was a male preserve.
Morris: Was this what was being said?
Schultz: Yes, that this was no place for a woman. Just like the Assembly was no place for a woman. These are decisions that men are more capable of making. I think that it was largely: We don't want women in county government .
Morris: Was the left-leaning issue raised again, that Mr. McCollister had used?


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