This learn lines the resurgence of a conservative suffrage management, questions the inevitability of the slim franchise granted to girls in 1918, and means that anything vital was once misplaced, in particular to the Labour social gathering and to feminism, while a wide imaginative and prescient of democracy and patriotism grew to become a casualty of warfare, self-interest and jingoism.

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