Suffrage Outside Suffragism: Women’s Vote in Britain, by Myriam Boussahba-Bravard

By Myriam Boussahba-Bravard

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132. For party women, Chapters 2, 3 and 4 below. For non-party women, Chapters 4 and 5 below. Bush, Chapter 5 below, p. 106: 'the Parliament of Women'. This name adopted by the NUWW shows that before the WSPU version of 'the Women's Parliament', the NUWW accepted seeing itself as a public space parallel to the parliamentary politics they so prudishly refused. Imitation forcefully demonstrates how women could only be self-contradictory in a mainstream public sphere which excluded them but whose values they had integrated.

Hannam and Hunt, Socialist Women, p. 2. 53. , p. 2. 54. See Walker, Chapter 4 below, p. 78. 55. Tanner, Political Change, p. 12. 56. , pp. 11-15. 57. Chapters 2, 3, 4 below. 58. Chapters 2, 3, 4 below for women involved in party politics. See Julia Bush, Chapter 5 below and Gillian Scott, Chapter 6 below for voluntary action and moral reform combined. 59. John and Eustance (eds), The Men's Share? In the main the selected case studies deal with male suffragists inside 'suffragism' with the exception of Carolyn Spring's contribution, 'The Political Platform and the Language of Support 30 60.

18 All too often, they encountered resistance and hostility from men and other women, voters and non-voters, both as they campaigned and after election. Lack of funding also hampered the election campaigns of the majority of women candidates who were not trade union backed due to the low level of female unionisation previously discussed. The WLL's main objective at the outset was defined as 'to work for independent Labour representation in connection with the Labour Party'. At its first conference in 1906, Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, seconded by Isabella Ford, moved an amendment to widen the aims to include a commitment to seek 'full rights of citizenship for all women and men and to work for the immediate removal of sex disability'.

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