Labour History Review

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Labour History Review (1998), 63, (1), 105–109.

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For instance, Leslie Parker Hume, The National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies 1897-1914, 1982; Andrew Rosen, Rise Up, Women! The Militant Campaign of the Women's Social & Political Union 1903-1914, 1974 Google Scholar

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Notably, Leonora Davidoff and Catherine Hall, Family Fortunes: Men and Women of the English Middle Class, 1780-1850, 1987 Google Scholar

For instance, Anna Clark, ‘Gender, class and the constitution: franchise reform in England, 1832-1928’, in James Vernon (ed.), Re-reading the Constitution: new narratives in the political history of England's long nineteenth century, Cambridge, 1996 Re-reading the Constitution: new narratives in the political history of England's long nineteenth century Google Scholar

For example, Laura Mayhall, ‘Creating the "Suffragette Spirit": British feminism and the historical imagination’, Women's History Review, 4:3, 1995; also Hilda Kean, ‘Searching for the Past in Present Defeat’, Women's History Review, 3:1, 1994 ‘Creating the "Suffragette Spirit": British feminism and the historical imagination’ Women's History Review 4 Google Scholar

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Liddington, Jill