By Paula Bartley
This identify introduces the most important figures excited about the women's suffrage stream and is going directly to think about the arguments complex via those that supported and those that antagonistic votes for girls (in particluar, the reaction of fellows to the campaigns). The narrative additionally highlights the speed and volume of suffragist and suffragette task, and assesses their
contribution to the 1st international warfare and the level to which girls won the vote because of their efforts throughout the conflict.
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She was a founder member of the Central Committee of the National Society for Women’s Suffrage and the WFrL. She was also a member of the Ladies’ National Association and the Women’s Liberal Federation. shouting their objections to this limited franchise and demanding that married women be included. The effect of the Pankhursts’ behaviour was to produce further splits within the suffrage movement. Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy (see page 6), critical of their disorderly behaviour, resigned from her position as secretary of the WFrL and set up the Women’s Emancipation Union.
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. Because women have at present a vast indirect inﬂuence through their menfolk on the politics of this country. Because the physical nature of women unﬁts them for direct competition with men. Key question Why was it considered appropriate for women to participate in local politics?
28 | Votes for Women 1860–1928 Women’s inﬂuence outside parliament By the beginning of the twentieth century not all Antis considered that women were basically inferior. A number of Antis distinguished between local government (with its focus on social welfare) and national government (with its focus on international and diplomatic affairs). Mrs Humphrey Ward, for example, thought it appropriate for women to engage in local politics: it was housekeeping on a grander scale and so did not undermine the principles of the separate spheres.
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