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Under coverture, married women were deprived of property and contract rights and were de jure subservient to their husbands.

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Coverture also provided the predicate for denial of the vote. The model voter was the independent yeoman or worker able to express his own interests in a democratic system.

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Women were thought to be properly confined to the domestic sphere and dependent on their husbands, who were pd to vote on behalf of all household members. On this understanding, coverture and the state functioned as interlocking systems of governance.

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But the diffuse, localized nature of family law presented insuperable barriers to ending coverture in one pre-emptive action. The Nineteenth Amendment reflects these dual goals in its text and sub-text.

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In Obergefellwhich prohibited the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage, the Court missed an opportunity to draw on the history and meaning of the Amendment to frame the issue as implicating dual systems of governance, both of which must be bound by constitutional principles. Instead, the Court described marriage as a largely prepolitical realm of private, idealized relations.

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Sielicki was the first female graduate of what would eventually become the McDonough School of Business.


Sielicki was the first female graduate of what would eventually become the McDonough School of Business.


Before the enactment of separate property and contract rights for married women, generations of married women in seaport cities and towns conducted business as merchants, traders and shopkeepers.