Votes for Women in Britain 1867-1928

Classic Pamphlet

By Martin Pugh, published 5th April 2009

Suffragettes and Equality

This classic pamphlet takes you through the Votes for Women in Britain movement from its origins to its eventual success, following the case for women's suffrage presented, tactics and strategies, the anti-suffragist argument, party political complications, international perspectives, the Pankhursts and militancy, the revival of non-militant suffragism, the impact of the First World War, winning the vote and the impact of enfranchisement.

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