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By Paula Bartley

This name introduces the foremost figures focused on the women's suffrage circulate and is going directly to reflect on the arguments complex via those that supported and people who adverse votes for ladies (in particluar, the reaction of guys to the campaigns). The narrative additionally highlights the velocity and quantity of suffragist and suffragette job, and assesses their
contribution to the 1st international warfare and the level to which girls received the vote because of their efforts in the course of the conflict.

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E. themselves) were destined to – and should – rule over the mass of the population. The inferiority of women For a lot of Antis it was self-evident that women should not vote simply because they were women. In their opinion women were so obviously inferior to men that it would be too 24 | Votes for Women 1860–1928 The vote and physical strength Many Antis stressed the relationship between the right to vote and the responsibility to fight for one’s country. Women, it was alleged, were not capable of full citizenship because they were not available for the defence of the realm.

It was the use to which a vote might be put that became the rationale given – that the interests of women would never be protected until they were in charge of their own destiny. ’ (a) Study Sources 1, 2 and 3 How far do the sources suggest that the suffrage movement had a negative impact on women’s lives? ’ Do you agree with this view put forward by Elizabeth Crawford? Explain your answer, using these two sources and your own knowledge. (40 marks) Source: adapted from Edexcel, January 2005 Exam tips The cross-references are intended to take you straight to the material that will help you to answer the questions.

In 1867 she became the first woman to vote in a general election, but her vote was eventually disqualified because she was a woman. Women’s Suffrage Journal Published between 1870 and 1890 and edited by Lydia Becker. It enjoyed a small circulation: in 1875 the print order was for 400 copies. Born in Manchester Awarded gold medal by Horticultural Society Published Botany for Novices Began Ladies’ Literary Society Founded MNSWS; wrote article entitled ‘Female Suffrage’ Treasurer of Married Women’s Property Committee; encouraged regional societies to unite into a national one, which became the NSWS Elected to Manchester School Board; founded and edited Women’s Suffrage journal Published pamphlet ‘Rights and Duties of Women in Local Government’ Reunited suffrage movement Secretary of NSWS President of NSWS; helped to set up committee of the parliamentary supporters of women’s suffrage Died of diphtheria in Switzerland Lydia Becker was the eldest of 15 children born to Mary and Hannibal Becker, a chemical manufacturer.

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