Women's Suffrage Pamphlets Cavendish-Bentinck Library Vol 17


Women's Suffrage Pamphlets Cavendish-Bentinck Library Vol 17
John Stuart Mill to Mary Carpenter on women's suffrage; | harrison, Jane E.; Homo sum: being a letter to an anti-suffragist from an anthropologist; | Royden, A. Maude; Physical force and democracy | Galsworthy, John; Gentles let us rest | Petersen, H. Frances; Belief in innate rights | Cholmeley, Robert F.; Women s suffrage: the demand & its meaning | Cholmeley, Robert F.; Women s anti-suffrage movement | Meaning of the women s movement: service versus subjection; | Drysdale, Charles V.; Why men should work for women s suffrage | Martin, Anna; Married working woman: a study | Martin, Anna; Mother and social reform | Chance, Lady; Women s suffrage and morality | Chance, Lady; Words to working women on women s suffrage | Votes for working women; | War and woman suffrage
Women--Suffrage; Women's rights
Library catalogue:99142782610302021

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