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suffragist

an advocate of the extension of the franchise, esp to women
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But beyond simply providing evidence of racism, this work can yield a more nuanced sense of how this racism functioned within the larger discursive fields in which suffragism was embedded.
2 (1999): 125-51; Marie Mulvey-Robert, "Militancy, Masochism, or Martyrdom: The Public and Private Prisons of Constance Lytton," in Votes for Women, 159-80; Michelle Myall, "'Only be ye strong and very courageous': The Militant Suffragism of Lady Constance Lytton," Women's History Review 7.
Historians of suffragism in France, in particular, have refuted earlier characterizations of French republican feminism as more "moderate" than militant English activism by highlighting the Third Republic's volatile political landscape and by emphasizing the practical and theoretical difficulties French campaigners faced when attempting to incorporate women into national conceptions of liberal citizenship.
Lynn's life offers a lens on changes in the medical profession, views on public health, suffragism, and Irish politics during this period.
Environmentalism finds an advocate in John Muir, whom Teddy Roosevelt met and admired, and suffragism starts winning skirmishes through the efforts of Jeanette Rankin of Montana, a state that elected the first woman governor.
Cardinal Bourne and Militant Suffragism," Catholic Herald, 8 February 1913, 2.
The full explanation for the quaker paradox involves a fourth (and possibly a fifth) dimension: spiritualism and suffragism.
Yet, as support for suffragism was relatively small compared to unionism, this would be a difficult task.
Anthony, suffragism was always connected with women in the labor force.
While deeply engaged with contemporary debates on suffragism and pacifism, Meynell is simultaneously a participant in the religious conversations of the Victorian age, as through her scrutiny and deployment of sacramental language she examines the creation of Christian experience.
The feminist quest for identity British Imperial suffragism and "global sisterhood", 1900-1915", en Journal of Women History Review, 3, 1991, pp.
Indeed, Pankhurst now became as bellicose in her extreme patriotism as she had previously been in her suffragism.