"Age of Brass, or, The Triumphs of Woman's Rights"
This 1869 lithograph by Currier and Ives is a satire that depicts a male illustrator's nightmare about the triumph of feminism. Women with names like "Miss Hangman" and "Susan Sharptongue" smoke cigars, vote in elections, run for public office, abandon childcare, and generally take over society from men.
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