By Julie V. Gottlieb, Richard Toye (eds.)
This assortment explores the aftermath of the illustration of the folks Act, which gave a few British ladies the vote. specialists study the trails taken through either former-suffragists in addition to their anti-suffragist adversaries, the practices of suffrage commemoration, and the altering priorities and formations of British feminism during this era.
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3 As Christabel observed, ‘As Suffragettes we could not be pacifists at any price. 5 Emmeline was in Russia on 19 June 1917, when the House of Commons passed a clause in the Representation of the People Bill conferring the parliamentary vote on women over thirty who were householders, wives of householders, occupiers of property of £5 or more annual value, or university graduates. And when she returned to Britain in the autumn of that year, 19 20 The Aftermath of Suffrage ill and exhausted, she and Christabel relaunched the women-only WSPU as the women-only Women’s Party, an organisation that was to prepare women for their impending citizenship status during wartime and after.
11, No. 2, 2000. 63. Julie Gottlieb, Feminine Fascism: Women in Britain’s Fascist Movement 1923–1945 (London, I. B. Tauris, 2000), pp. 157–8; Martin Pugh, The Pankhursts (London, Allen Lane, 2001), pp. 351–411. 2 From Prudent Housewife to Empire Shopper: Party Appeals to the Female Voter, 1918–1928 David Thackeray Over recent years significant attention has been paid to how British political parties responded to the challenge of developing gendered appeals to new voters in the aftermath of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, which gave the parliamentary vote to most women aged thirty and over and all men over the age of twenty-one.
Pankhurst, 1913), p. ’ 29. Emmeline Pankhurst to Ethel Smyth, 7 March 1921, Smyth Female Pipings in Eden, p. 253. 30. Toronto Evening Telegram and Toronto Daily Star, 22 April 1921. 31. Toronto Globe and Toronto Mail and Empire, 23 April 1921. 32. E. Chapman, Mrs. Pankhurst – Canadian, Maclean’s Magazine, 15 January 1922. 33. Toronto Globe, 17 January 1922. 34. Purvis, Emmeline Pankhurst, pp. 325–6; C. Pankhurst, Unshackled, p. 296. 35. Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst, The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst: The Suffragette Struggle for Women’s Citizenship (London, T.
The Aftermath of Suffrage: Women, Gender, and Politics in Britain, 1918–1945 by Julie V. Gottlieb, Richard Toye (eds.)