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The women's suffrage movement began before March 4th, 1912 in London, but it was on that day that the world understood that suffrage was no women's tea-party discussion, it was now a violent rage against the male oppression of women that had been in evidence since God stripped Hagar of her son and turned her back to slavery. It is the purpose of this paper to examine the suffrage movement at the turn of the last century within the context of Victorian England and to demonstrate that the ability to participate in the political system was only the tip of an iceberg that would eventually lead to a woman holding the highest public office in Great Britain.
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Women's Suffrage Movement in Victorian England (2003, October 28) Retrieved January 28, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/women-suffrage-movement-in-victorian-england-32911/
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