By Paula Bartley
This identify introduces the most important figures all in favour of the women's suffrage move and is going directly to think of the arguments complicated by means of those that supported and those that antagonistic votes for girls (in particluar, the reaction of guys to the campaigns). The narrative additionally highlights the velocity and volume of suffragist and suffragette task, and assesses their
contribution to the 1st global conflict and the level to which ladies won the vote because of their efforts throughout the conflict.
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In 1896 a suffrage conference was held in Birmingham. Delegates from approximately 20 different suffrage societies met to discuss how to work together in the campaign for the vote. • After the meeting a joint parliamentary lobbying committee was formed. This committee put pressure on MPs to support votes for women. • In 1897, largely through the efforts of Millicent Fawcett, most of the various suffrage societies united once more under the federal structure of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS).
Some wanted women to have the vote on the same terms as men while others wanted to restrict the vote to single women. As a result members of the newly formed Central National Society (CNS) started to disagree with each other because the CNS wanted to restrict the vote to single women: Suffragists and campaign methods 1892: division over style Jacob Bright 1821–99; a MP who introduced the ﬁrst women’s suffrage bill to Parliament. Harriot Stanton Blatch 1856–1940; daughter of the famous US suffragist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Votes for Women: The Debate | 31 Summary diagram: Votes for women – the debate Arguments for votes for women Rights of women Means to an end of greater social justice Arguments against votes for women Rights of man men Collapse of moral and social order Similarities and differences in the debates over votes for women Study Guide: AS Questions In the style of Edexcel Study the following source material and then answer the questions that follow. Source 1 From a letter sent to Lloyd George, June 1912, by Gladys Gladstone Solomon.
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