Women of the anti-suffrage movement emphasized patriotism and womanly identity through their letters, petitions, and statements. In order to voice their opinion and maintain their traditionally gendered beliefs, these women struggled between the public and private spheres.
Letters were often addressed to Congress as an institution or individual Congress members.
Again, petitions were largely sent to congress members.
The Women’s Protest
Published by the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, it contained articles written by and for anti-suffragists.