Women's Suffrage Analysis

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In 1832 women were excluded from voting in the Great Reform. In the same year there was the first petition on women’s suffrage to the British Parliament. ("Suffrage in Wartime."). The vote was granted on 6 February 1918 to women over thirty years old who owned properties or had husbands that did, and women over thirty-five who were graduates. However the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies knew the responsibilities they were receiving with that law. In one of their speeches they said to its participants ‘You are now responsible for the good government of the Town and of the Nation’, (Aide, empl 4811) meaning that from that moment on, their thoughts and choices impacted the country as much as men’s. It was necessary for them to
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