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The March of the Women : A Revisionist…

The March of the Women : A Revisionist Analysis of the Campaign for…

by Martin Pugh

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The March of the Women is the first comprehensive analysis of the campaign for women's suffrage to appear for thirty years. It offers a fresh perspective on the militant and non-militant tactics used by the suffragettes, and shows how they gradually convinced the entrenched all-male Members of Parliament of the validity of their cause by the outbreak of the First World War.

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