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Cover of Suffrage and the Pankhursts

Suffrage and the Pankhursts

  • Published: 18 Oct 2010
  • DOI: 10.4324/9780203708828
  • Print ISBN: 9780415256933
  • eBook ISBN: 9780203708828

First published in 1987. This collection brings together important articles written by Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters during the Suffragette Campaign, 1903-14. Includes a transcript of the 1908 trial of the suffragette leaders, their speeches, and major pamphlets of the Women's Social and Political Union.

Contents

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    Front Matter
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    1
    Introduction: Re-Reading the Pankhursts and Women’s Suffrage By Jane Marcus
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    The Commons Debate on Woman Suffrage, With a Reply (1908) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    The Militant Methods of the N.W.S.P.U.: (Being the verbatim Report of a Speech of Christabel Pankhurst, at the St James’s Hall, on October 15th, 1908) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    The Trial of the Suffragette Leaders (1908) By F. W. Pethick-Lawrence
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    Votes for Women in 1908. A Reply to Mr Lloyd George (1908) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    Militant Methods (c. 1909) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    Atrocities in an English Prison (1910) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    Broken Windows (1912) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    Defence (Tuesday, May 21st, 1912) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Why we are Militant: (A Speech Delivered in New York October 21st, 1913) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Letter Sent to Enquirers from 4, Clemenťs Inn (1907)
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    Our Demand: What it is and what it is not (N.W.S.P.U. Leaflet, c. 1908) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Why we Oppose the Liberal Government: (N. W. S. P. U. leaflet, c. 1908–9) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    What Women Demand: (N.W.S.P.U. Leaflet, c. 1908–9) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Votes for Women. The Conciliation Bill Explained: (N.W.S.P.U. Leaflet, 1911) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Suffragist Prisoners are Political Offenders. Therefore they should be Treated as First-Class Misdemeanants: (N.W.S.P.U. Leaflet, c. 1911–12) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    A Message from the W.S.P.U.: (Leaflet, c. 1911–12) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    Window Breaking: To One who has Suffered: (W. S. P. U. Leaflet, c. 1912–13) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    The Outragettes: (N.W.S.P.U. Leaflet, Reprinted from ‘the Weekly Dispatch,’ April 13th 1913) By Emmeline Pankhurst
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    The Great Scourge and how to end it (1913) By Christabel Pankhurst
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    The Woman’s Dreadnought Editorial (8 March 1914): Published by the East London Federation of the Suffragettes (8 March 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    How shall we get the Vote?: (WD, 21 March 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    The Hunger and Thirst Strike and its Effects: (WD, 11 April 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    What Happened on May 24th: (WD, 6 June 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    A Minimum Wage for Women: (WD, 12 September 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    The Sweating Scandal: (WD, 24 October 1914) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    How to Meet Industrial Conscription: (WD, 20 March 1915) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    Stand by the Woman Worker: (WD, 27 March 1915) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    We Must Persevere: (WD, 24 July 1915) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    Death-Rate of Mothers: (WD, 6 November 1915) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    One Woman, One Vote: (WD, 27 November 1915) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    Why Wait?: (WD, 22 January 1916) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    A Question of Tactics: (WD, 29 January 1916) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    The Opportunity: (WD, 3 June 1916) By Sylvia Pankhurst
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    Back Matter