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Gaining Women's Suffrage : Suffragist, Suffragette
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Case Study*Suffragist, Suffragette
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In this case study you are going to study sources which look at the relationship between the Suffragists and Suffragettes. You are going to examine the ways in which they worked together, and the ways in which they came into conflict.
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1. Cartoon: 'The Shrieking Sister', 1906

* 2. Women's Freedom League manifesto, 1912
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3. Letter commenting on Suffragettes, 1912

* 4. Letter from Emmeline Pankhurst, 1913
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5. Letter from Millicent Fawcett of NUWSS, 1912

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You can use these case study sources in two ways:
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The sources in this case study can help you by providing information you can use in your presentation.
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Study each source carefully. Note down anything which tells you about:
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* Whether it shows co-operation between the Suffragists and the Suffragettes *
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* Whether it shows conflict between the Suffragists and the Suffragettes *
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* What the source tells you about whether the Suffragettes or Suffragists helped to achieve the vote on 1918 *
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Don't forget - if there are words or phrases in the sources which you cannot understand, try the glossary.
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