Womens Rght to Vote
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They may have also thought that their violent action didn't have any affect on them getting the vote. In the end suffragettes resorted to using the suffragists' tactics so they made themselves look silly.
2. Study sources B and C. Does Source B support the evidence of Source C about the suffragette campaign? Explain your answer by reference to both sources...
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Study sources B and C. Does Source B support the evidence of Source C about the suffragette campaign? Explain your answer by reference to both sources.
Source B is called "Women or Suffragette" which tells us Suffragettes are not classed as women by the author of the source, Marie Corelli maybe because Suffragettes were violent and unruly women where women stereotypes are not, hence the term, "Lady-like"...
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