It is claimed, but with what truth we cannot say, that there is a well-defined propaganda among the aliens of colour to bring about the degeneration of the white race.
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|14th March, 1868
|17th October, 1933
|Activist, Author, Judge
Emily Murphy was born in Cookstown, Ontario, Canada. She was a Canadian women's rights activist, judge, and author. She became Canada’s first female magistrate and helped to repeal discriminatory legislation against women. In 1929, she succeed in gaining a ruling that stated Women were legal persons under the B.N.A act and so could serve as a member of Congress and judges. She is best known for her contributions to Canadian feminism, specifically to the question of whether women were "persons" under Canadian law. She wrote a book “The Black Candle” which highlight the problems of drug addiction and argued for much stricter legislation to counter the problem of drug addiction, especially opium and cocaine. She published four very popular books of personal sketches: The Impressions of Janey Canuck Abroad, Janey Canuck in the West, Open Trails, and Seeds of Pine.
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