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Access to History Votes for Women Third Edition

Access to History  Votes for Women Third Edition Author Paula Bartley
ISBN-10 9781444155372
Release 2007-04-27
Pages 192
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This new edition combines all the strengths of the second edition with a new design and features to allow all your students access to the content and study skills they need to achieve well in their exams. The book introduces the key figures involved in the women's suffrage movement and goes on to consider the arguments advanced by those who supported and those who opposed votes for women (in particluar, the response of men to the campaigns). The narrative also highlights the pace and extent of suffragist and suffragette activity, and assesses their contribution to the First World War and the extent to which women gained the vote as a result of their efforts during the conflict.



Votes for Women 1860 1928

Votes for Women 1860 1928 Author Paula Bartley
ISBN-10 0340926856
Release 2007-04-01
Pages 186
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This new edition combines all the strengths of the second edition with a new design and features to allow all your students access to the content and study skills they need to achieve well in their exams. The book introduces the key figures involved in the women's suffrage movement and goes on to consider the arguments advanced by those who supported and those who opposed votes for women (in particluar, the response of men to the campaigns). The narrative also highlights the pace and extent of suffragist and suffragette activity, and assesses their contribution to the First World War and the extent to which women gained the vote as a result of their efforts during the conflict. New features include: - Exam-style questions and tips at the end of each chapter. - Key terms defined and explained. - More summary diagrams to aid revision. - Key historiographical debates explained.



The British Women s Suffrage Campaign 1866 1928

The British Women s Suffrage Campaign 1866 1928 Author Harold L. Smith
ISBN-10 9781317862253
Release 2014-05-12
Pages 192
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This Seminar Study was the first book to trace the British women’s suffrage campaign from its origins in the 1860s through to the achievement of equal suffrage in 1928. In this second edition, Smith provides new evidence drawn from the author’s research on how the main post-1918 women’s organisation (the NUSEC) worked with Conservative Party women to persuade the Conservative Party to endorse equal franchise rights. Smith focuses on the actions of reformers and their opponents, with due attention paid to the campaigns in Scotland and Wales as well as the movements in England. He explores why women’s suffrage was such a contentious issue, and how women gained the vote despite opponents’ fears that it would undermine gender boundaries. Suitable for students studying the Suffrage Movement, modern British history and the history of gender.



Feminism and Democracy

Feminism and Democracy Author Sandra Stanley Holton
ISBN-10 0521521211
Release 2003-12-18
Pages 220
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Offers a reinterpretation of the women's suffrage movement in Britain by focusing on lesser-known provincial suffragists. Specifically considers a group identified by the author as the "democratic suffragists" who guided the campaigns of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies.



Women Politics and Power

Women  Politics  and Power Author Pamela Paxton
ISBN-10 9781483377018
Release 2016-01-11
Pages 520
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Women, Politics, and Power: A Global Perspective, Third Edition provides a clear, detailed introduction to women’s political participation and representation across a wide range of countries and regions. Through broad statistical overviews and detailed case-study accounts, authors Pamela Paxton and Melanie M. Hughes document both historical trends and the contemporary state of women’s political strength. Readers see the cultural, structural, political, and international influences on women’s access to political power, and the difference women make once in political office. The text acknowledges differences among women through attention to intersectionality and women from marginalized groups.



Women and the Vote

Women and the Vote Author Jad Adams
ISBN-10 9780191016837
Release 2014-09-18
Pages 528
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Before 1893 no woman anywhere in the world had the vote in a national election. A hundred years later almost all countries had enfranchised women, and it was a sign of backwardness not to have done so. This is the story of how this momentous change came about. The first genuinely global history of women and the vote, it takes the story of women in politics from the earliest times to the present day, revealing startling new connections across time and national boundaries - from Europe and North America to Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Muslim world post-9/11. A story of individuals as well as of wider movements, it includes the often dramatic life-stories of women's suffrage pioneers from across the world, painting vivid biographical portraits of everyone from Susan B. Anthony and the Pankhursts to hitherto lesser-known activists in China, Latin America, and Africa. It is also the first major post-feminist history of women's struggle for the vote. Controversially, Jad Adams rejects the widely accepted idea that success was primarily a result of the pressure group politics of the suffragists and their supporters. Ultimately, he argues, it was nationalism, not feminism, that was the most important factor in winning women the vote.



Votes for Women

Votes for Women Author Barbara Lawson-Reay
ISBN-10 1845275500
Release 2015-10-14
Pages 280
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Cyfrol yn olrhain cyfraniad swffrajétiaid gogledd Cymru i'r ymgyrch dros ennill pleidlais i ferched yn ystod y cyfnod 1907-14. Cynhwysir atodiadau difyr yn cynnig bywgraffiadau byrion o'r rhai fu'n ymgyrchu. -- Cyngor Llyfrau Cymru



Votes for Women

Votes for Women Author Diane Atkinson
ISBN-10 052131044X
Release 1988-12-15
Pages 48
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In 1918 women in Britain finally won the vote after a long and determined fight. The struggle of these courageous women of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries is examined in Atkinson's new study. The author compares and contrasts two very different campaigns: the battle waged by the militant Suffragettes and the persistent though less well-known activities of the Suffragists who campaigned peacefully but doggedly for the vote. A handful of fascinating and previously unpublished photographs from the Museum of London Collection are dispersed throughout the text.



The Women s Suffrage Movement

The Women s Suffrage Movement Author Maroula Joannou
ISBN-10 0719048605
Release 1998-01
Pages 227
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Presents the best of recent feminist scholarship on the suffrage movement, illustrating its complexity, richness and diversity.



The Growth of Democracy in Britain

The Growth of Democracy in Britain Author Annette Mayer
ISBN-10 034069792X
Release 1999
Pages 137
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Modern parliamentary government emerged in Britain between the late 18th and early 20th centuries. Yet democracy developed by a different process from that observed elsewhere, being evolutionary rather than revolutionary. What was so distinctive about the British experience and what were the key factors that produced political reform? This text provides a detailed account of the roles played by political philosophies, women, the labour movement, mass education, as well as traditional political parties and important individuals. It also raises the controversial issue of whether Britain can indeed claim to be a truly democratic country.



The Politics of Gender in Victorian Britain

The Politics of Gender in Victorian Britain Author Ben Griffin
ISBN-10 9781107015074
Release 2012-01-12
Pages 352
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This groundbreaking history challenges traditional assumptions about the development of British democracy and the struggle for women's rights.



Born for Liberty

Born for Liberty Author Sara Evans
ISBN-10 9780684834986
Release 1997-08-22
Pages 408
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Traces the role of American women in history, from the Iroquois matron and Puritan "goodwife" to the dual-role career woman and mother of the eighties



Winning Women s Votes

Winning Women s Votes Author Julia Sneeringer
ISBN-10 9780807860519
Release 2003-04-03
Pages 364
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In November 1918, German women gained the right to vote, and female suffrage would forever change the landscape of German political life. Women now constituted the majority of voters, and political parties were forced to address them as political actors for the first time. Analyzing written and visual propaganda aimed at, and frequently produced by, women across the political spectrum--including the Communists and Social Democrats; liberal, Catholic, and conservative parties; and the Nazis--Julia Sneeringer shows how various groups struggled to reconcile traditional assumptions about women's interests with the changing face of the family and female economic activity. Through propaganda, political parties addressed themes such as motherhood, fashion, religion, and abortion. But as Sneeringer demonstrates, their efforts to win women's votes by emphasizing "women's issues" had only limited success. The debates about women in propaganda were symptomatic of larger anxieties that gripped Germany during this era of unrest, Sneeringer says. Though Weimar political culture was ahead of its time in forcing even the enemies of women's rights to concede a public role for women, this horizon of possibility narrowed sharply in the face of political instability, economic crises, and the growing specter of fascism.



Rise Up Women

Rise Up Women Author Diane Atkinson
ISBN-10 9781408844069
Release 2018-02-08
Pages 688
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Marking the centenary of female suffrage, this definitive history charts women's fight for the vote through the lives of those who took part, in a timely celebration of an extraordinary struggle An Observer Pick of 2018 A New Statesman Book of 2018 Between the death of Queen Victoria and the outbreak of the First World War, while the patriarchs of the Liberal and Tory parties vied for supremacy in parliament, the campaign for women's suffrage was fought with great flair and imagination in the public arena. Led by Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters Christabel and Sylvia, the suffragettes and their actions would come to define protest movements for generations to come. From their marches on Parliament and 10 Downing Street, to the selling of their paper, Votes for Women, through to the more militant activities of the Women's Social and Political Union, whose slogan 'Deeds Not Words!' resided over bombed pillar-boxes, acts of arson and the slashing of great works of art, the women who participated in the movement endured police brutality, assault, imprisonment and force-feeding, all in the relentless pursuit of one goal: the right to vote. A hundred years on, Diane Atkinson celebrates the lives of the women who answered the call to 'Rise Up'; a richly diverse group that spanned the divides of class and country, women of all ages who were determined to fight for what had been so long denied. Actresses to mill-workers, teachers to doctors, seamstresses to scientists, clerks, boot-makers and sweated workers, Irish, Welsh, Scottish and English; a wealth of women's lives are brought together for the first time, in this meticulously researched, vividly rendered and truly defining biography of a movement.



The Changing Role of Women 1815 1914

The Changing Role of Women  1815 1914 Author Paula Bartley
ISBN-10 0340611359
Release 1996
Pages 137
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This title discusses the way the roles of women are changing in twentieth-century society. It provides an overview of women's lives during a period of great economic, social and political change. Synthesizing much recent research, the book examines marriage, home and family, education and work.



Women Will Vote

Women Will Vote Author Susan Goodier
ISBN-10 9781501713194
Release 2017-09-15
Pages 316
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Women Will Vote celebrates the 2017 centenary of women’s right to full suffrage in New York State. Susan Goodier and Karen Pastorello highlight the activism of rural, urban, African American, Jewish, immigrant, and European American women, as well as male suffragists, both upstate and downstate, that led to the positive outcome of the 1917 referendum. Goodier and Pastorello argue that the popular nature of the women’s suffrage movement in New York State and the resounding success of the referendum at the polls relaunched suffrage as a national issue. If women had failed to gain the vote in New York, Goodier and Pastorello claim, there is good reason to believe that the passage and ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment would have been delayed. Women Will Vote makes clear how actions of New York’s patchwork of suffrage advocates heralded a gigantic political, social, and legal shift in the United States. Readers will discover that although these groups did not always collaborate, by working in their own ways toward the goal of enfranchising women they essentially formed a coalition. Together, they created a diverse social and political movement that did not rely solely on the motivating force of white elites and a leadership based in New York City. Goodier and Pastorello convincingly argue that the agitation and organization that led to New York women’s victory in 1917 changed the course of American history.



Sophia

Sophia Author Anita Anand
ISBN-10 9781408835463
Release 2015-01-15
Pages 432
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Shortlisted for the Slightly Foxed Best First Biography Prize Winner of the Eastern Eye Alchemy Festival award for Literature In 1876 Sophia Duleep Singh was born into royalty. Her father, Maharajah Duleep Singh, was heir to the Kingdom of the Sikhs, a realm that stretched from the lush Kashmir Valley to the craggy foothills of the Khyber Pass and included the mighty cities of Lahore and Peshawar. It was a territory irresistible to the British, who plundered everything, including the fabled Koh-I-Noor diamond. Exiled to England, the dispossessed Maharajah transformed his estate at Elveden in Suffolk into a Moghul palace, its grounds stocked with leopards, monkeys and exotic birds. Sophia, god-daughter of Queen Victoria, was raised a genteel aristocratic Englishwoman: presented at court, afforded grace-and-favour lodgings at Hampton Court Palace and photographed wearing the latest fashions for the society pages. But when, in secret defiance of the British government, she travelled to India, she returned a revolutionary. Sophia transcended her heritage to devote herself to battling injustice and inequality,a far cry from the life to which she was born. Her causes were the struggle for Indian independence, the fate of the Lascars, the welfare of Indian soldiers in the First World War Â? and, above all, the fight for female suffrage. She was bold and fearless, attacking politicians, putting herself in the front line and swapping her silks for a nurse's uniform to tend wounded soldiers evacuated from the battlefields. Meticulously researched and passionately written, this enthralling story of the rise of women and the fall of empire introduces an extraordinary individual and her part in the defining moments of recent British and Indian history.