Women’s Suffrage Movements. Aim of Lesson. To analyse the contribution made by the Suffragists and Suffragettes in gaining women the right to vote. Suffragists. Was the first and biggest as well as the most successful of the women’s suffrage movements. Peaceful methods of protest.
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Women’s Suffrage Movements
1913: 50,000 members
Against = 88 – Therefore, passes first reading.
Against = 222 – Therefore, fails second reading.