Describe the ways in which the methods of the suffragists and the suffragettes were different
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They ran a newspaper named ?The Common Cause' and kept in contact with other suffragist organizations, as well as the Labour Party. They only dealt out non-violent acts of campaigning. These included Petitioning Parliament, newspapers, demonstrations and meetings.
Millicent Garrett Fawcett later knighted and becoming Dame Millicent Garrett Fawcett was married to a radical political leader, Henry Fawcett...
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She had served for the NUWSS for many years, and in her years there, before and after she wrote several books, including Janet Doncaster (1875), The Women's Victory and After (1919), What I Remember (1924), and Easter in Palestine (1926).
The NUWSS decided that the only way to get their point across was to perform legal actions in the forms of non-violent protesting and petitioning...
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