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Early 1900's women's suffrage
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When the Liberal government came to power in 1906 there were many important issues facing the country. One of these issues was women's suffrage.

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Throughout the period 1906-18 dedicated groups of men and women campaigned for women to be able to vote in general elections in the same way as men.

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In the early 1900s who was for and against women's suffrage and why?
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