Our Motive for Voting

For years Samuel Lubell, the public opinion analyst, had always taken it for granted. In nearly every home he visited—and he is in and out of American homes constantly, interviewing and polltaking—the husband did the political talking.

But in 1970, he saw things suddenly beginning to change. Women were interrupting him—and their husbands—in mid-interview, demanding, "Why don't you ask me something? Is this private? Don't I have anything to say?" Speech before the Conference of Republican Governors, Sun Valley, Idaho, December, 1970;

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