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Doris Fleischman

  • [On being requested to apply for a passport using her husband's name:] Mr. Secretary: Will you kindly have issued to me a passport under my own name. There is no law compelling a woman to use any but her own name, and I have never done so. Since it is apparent that the purpose of a passport is to establish identity, I assume you will not wish me to travel under a false name.

    • Doris Fleischman,
    • 1925, in Margaret Case Harriman, The Vicious Circle: The Story of the Algonquin Round Table ()

Doris Fleischman, U.S. public relations executive feminist activist

(1891 - 1980)

Full name: Doris Elsa Fleischman Bernays.