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The case for women's suffrage, ed. by Brougham Villiers [pseud.]

Main Author: Villiers, Brougham, 1863-
Language(s): English
Published: London : T.F. Unwin, 1907.
Subjects: Women's rights.
Women > Suffrage.
Note: Introduction, by Brougham Villiers [pseud.]--The woman's suffrage movement in the nineteenth century, by Florence Balgarnie.--The present position of the women's suffrage movement, by Emmeline Parkhurst.--The women's suffrage movement among trade unionists, by Eva Gore-Booth.--Co-operator and citizen, by Rosalind Nash.--Women and politics, by J.K. Hardie.--The legal disabilities of women, by Christabel Parkhurst.--The civic rights of the married woman, by Constance Smedley.--Woman in the past and future, by Margaret McMillan.--Women and the revival of interest in domestic politics, by Mabel Atkinson.--The international movement for women's suffrage, by Nellie A. Martel.--Tactics, by R.F. Cholmiley.--A pioneer of the movement [Mary Wollstonecraft] by Millicent G. Fawcett.--Women in the new era, by C. Despard.--Appendix: One and one are two; Talked out, by Israel Zangwill.
Physical Description: 220 p. 20 cm.
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