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Women's Suffrage Hall of Fame: Suffragist, Suffragette
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* Extract from the Manifesto of the Women's Freedom League published in 1912
(PRO ref: T 172/968b)
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* PRO ref: T172/968b; extract from the Women's Freedom League, 1912 *
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Look carefully at this source and consider what it tells you about the relationship between the Suffragists and the Suffragettes and how this affected the campaign for the vote. You should consider:
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* What kind of movement is the Women's Freedom League? *
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* What kind of protests has it carried out in the past? *
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* Does it believe that militant action works? *
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* What was its view on militancy in March 1912 and why? *
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* What does this source suggest about the relationship between the League and the WSPU? *
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