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Nature volume 85, page 406 (26 January 1911) | Download Citation

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I AM sorry that my little paper should have been taken as prompted by political bias. I am sure that its possible influence on the Suffragette question never entered my head. I should be quite willing to answer any question Mrs. Ayrton may care to put to me should she care to write me privately. I am not willing to enter upon a public correspondence.

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    • R. J. EWART

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