By Paula Bartley
This name introduces the foremost figures occupied with the women's suffrage circulation and is going directly to examine the arguments complicated by way of those that supported and people who hostile votes for ladies (in particluar, the reaction of guys to the campaigns). The narrative additionally highlights the speed and volume of suffragist and suffragette job, and assesses their
contribution to the 1st global warfare and the level to which girls won the vote due to their efforts through the conflict.
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1889: should married women be given the vote? 1892: what methods should be used? The suffrage movement reunites 1894: effect of Local Government Act on the campaign for the vote Suffragists and Suffragettes | 43 Key question Key dates How was the suffrage movement reunited? National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS) founded: 1897 Millicent Fawcett became president of NUWSS: 1907 3 | The National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies and its Offshoots 1897–1914 In the early 1890s, after the death of Lydia Becker, the suffrage movement seemed to suffer from a lack of coherent leadership.
B) Remember to incorporate the sources into your own knowledge. You need to show a developed analysis of the evidence, linked to and extended from your own knowledge. You should use the sources as a starting point for your analysis and then explore the issues raised by the sources – deepening and extending the range of points from your own knowledge. • For example, Elizabeth Robins suggests that the vote would lead to ‘true understanding and a happier relationship between the sexes’ and an end to the ‘separate spheres’.
Because the United Kingdom is not an isolated state, but the administrative and governing centre of a system of colonies and also of dependencies. The effect of introducing a large female element into the Imperial electorate would undoubtedly be to weaken the centre of power in the eyes of these dependent millions. Because past legislation in Parliament shows that the interests of women are perfectly safe in the hands of men. Because Woman Suffrage is based on the idea of the equality of the sexes, and tends to establish those competitive relations which will destroy chivalrous consideration.
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