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Titre: Female Opposition to Women Parliamentary Franchise: The Appeal against Female Suffrage in England up to 1928.
Auteur(s): SENOUCI BEREKSI, Amina
Date de publication: 5-déc-2019
Résumé: In the nineteenth century, England witnessed the emergence of the female Suffrage Movement.In 1866 these women suffragists’ aim was the parliamentary enfranchisement of women. In 1899, the appearance of the Female Anti-Suffrage Movement was organized to oppose the grant of the parliamentary franchise for women. This research work tries to highlight the causes that pushed women to oppose the parliamentary vote for women. The antis had a surfeit of arguments which justified their cause, which was the resentment of the political equality between genders. The Female Anti Suffrage Campaign was defeated .In 1918 was the partial enfranchisement of women over the age of thirty in 1918. And after a decade with the Equal Enfranchisement Act (1928), all women finally achieved the same voting rights as men.
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