How did ladies pick up the privilege to vote

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How did ladies pick up the privilege to vote? Point: To reconsider key subtle elements about the fight for women's suffrage An amendment presentation from http://www.mrallsophistory.com/

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Votes for ladies?

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Women's Campaign Groups Over the following few pages are explanations about the two distinct ladies' crusade bunches. Check whether you can recollect whether the announcement portrays the suffragettes or the suffragists.

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Also called the NUWSS (National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies)

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Also called the WSPU (Women's Social and Political Union)

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Led by Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Led by Mrs Millicent Fawcett

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Used tranquil crusading

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Women's Campaign Groups The Suffragists The Suffragettes Used radical and aggressor techniques

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The Suffragettes Click here to watch the clasp on YouTube

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Reactions to the Suffragettes The following slide demonstrates a toon attracted response to the suffragettes. What does it demonstrate What does it recommend about the craftsman's feeling of suffragettes? Who do you think drew it? Why?

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Reactions to the Suffragettes

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1911 Conciliation Bill The administration guaranteed to "placate" (make peace) by presenting votes in favor of ladies It got a colossal lion's share… … yet was then dropped!

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Suffragist reaction Try to convince the Prime Minister to alter his opinion Support the Labor Party at the new race Organize a walk from Carlisle to London Offer free participation to all ladies All of the above

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Suffragette reaction Escalated their crusade of viciousness Escalated their battle of brutality Escalated their battle of savagery Escalated their crusade of savagery All of the above

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Suffragette reaction

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s Drawing of a coercively feeding distributed in the Suffragette magazine, 1909

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The Temporary Discharge of Prisoner's Act (1913) This implied detainees who were powerless from yearning striking could be discharged from jail When they were more grounded, they were re-captured and took back to jail to complete their sentence

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Emily Davison Wanted to plug the suffragettes Tried to stick a banner on the King's steed at the Derby at Epsom racecourse She was slaughtered in the crash

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Emily Davison An extraordinary challenge to saint herself for the suffragettes? A reputation trick that turned out badly?

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How viable were the suffragettes? They had raised the general population profile of the issue The legislature just began considering the issue important after militancy began Increasing brutality decreased bolster Supported the view that ladies were nonsensical If the administration gave in savagery here, what other viciousness may happen Would Ireland mount fierce challenges for Home Rule?

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How compelling were the suffragettes? Vote on a size of 1-10

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Women in WW1 When war broke out, both suffragettes and suffragists suspended their crusades for the vote They started effectively attempting to enlist men for the armed force white plume, and so forth. As more men went to war, industry started to endure a deficiency of laborers

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Women in WW1 In which arrange did ladies enter "men's" employments? Weapons processing plants Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Women's Land Army Office employments

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Women in WW1 In which arrange did ladies enter "men's" occupations? D. Office occupations A. Munitions production lines C. Women's Land Army B. Ladies' Army Auxiliary Corps

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Women in WW1 Women started working in workplaces Industry was hesitant at first to go up against ladies Did they have the right stuff? Unions expected that ladies would be less expensive, thus men would be excessively costly when they returned

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Women in WW1 By 1916, the quantity of modern specialists was edgy More and more weapons and supplies required at the front Less and less men working in production lines, since they'd all joined the armed force

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Women in WW1 Women started working in weapons processing plants By the end of the war right around 800,000 ladies were working in them They demonstrated they were pretty much as talented and proficient as men

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Women in WW1 As the war went on, more ladies began to work in "men's" occupations Bus conductors, postal laborers, and so on. Ladies' Land Army A sort of social unrest was occurring

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(Some) ladies get the vote… In 1918 the Representation of the People Act was passed Older and additionally wealthier ladies were given the vote Younger, common laborers ladies may at present have been as well "radical" All ladies got the vote in 1928

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