If you're not careful with your search terms, you could easily confuse quotes that originated during the Women's Suffrage Movement in the United States with quotes from today's debates surrounding female reproductive rights in the United States. We know what's being said by those who don't think women should/do have full rights over their bodies and access to legal goods and services with regard to their reproductive health. We also know what was said by those who were opposed to the 19th amendment, which constitutionally recognized a woman's right to vote.
Or do we? See if you know which quote is about which issue:
1) All nature is against it. The laws of man cry out against it. The voice of God cries out against it and so do I.
2) More talk and less thought is expended on the subject of sex today than on almost anything else.
3) The great body of American women are true to themselves, to the nature God has given them, and to the service He has allotted to them — the direct ministry to life — and will neither be forced nor enticed from it by their restless, well-meaning, but mistaken sisters.
4) All socialists are opposed to anything Christian, but they bitterly hate and attack Catholics.
5) It strikes me that a Catholic should hesitate to support a movement whose leader expresses such sentiments against authority, when the fundamental point of our belief is the divine authority which Christ gave to His church.
6) The things which people do not wish to do, or which they are compelled to do, are always badly done.
7) Talking will not change matters, nor argument eradicate the fact that as long as the race has a mother, that mother will have to be a woman, and if a woman is not a mother she has failed, either voluntarily or involuntarily, to do the only thing for which, in the original scheme of creation, she was intended.