the [taxpayer suffrage] bill considered as a suffrage
measure, any more
By contrast, the digital presence of Clinton's own campaign inadvertently fell back on some of the less-than-successful tactics employed by the suffrage
movement a century earlier.
Robbins tells the story of Alice Paul's experiences with women's suffrage
and her efforts in writing letters and organizing parades and protests outside the White House.
An entire chapter is devoted to complicating the popular narrative that has associated women's participation in war with their success in achieving the suffrage
. "Myths tied to patriotic versions of history," Sangster points out, "are difficult to disrupt." (175) Such mythologies, however, unravel under scrutiny.
Another compelling chapter in Ontario suffrage
history involves the Movement's strategic interaction with labour groups.
It was sold at suffrage
events and by volunteer street sellers, one of whom is depicted on the cover of Ryan's book.
was partly distinguished for its work in women's hospitals which were created during the war, by Elsie Maud Inglis, showing how women could work together to achieve social change."
Literature, 1846-1946, edited by Mary Chapman and Angela Mills.
Sangster argues convincingly that the chronology of the suffrage
story has been condensed into too short a period, one that encompasses only the active campaign, thus limiting its significance.
THE Duchess of Sussex has said the women of New Zealand who fought for universal suffrage
are "universally admired".
THE Duchess of Sussex breezed into New Zealand yesterday - and then blew them away with a speech about women's suffrage
The royal couple joined Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at Government House in Wellington to celebrate New ZealandaACAOs 125th anniversary of womenaACAOs suffrage