ATTITUDES TOWARDS WOMEN AND THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE HAD CHANGED BY 1918. HOW IMPORTANT WAS WW1 IN BRINGING ABOUT THIS CHANGE?
Women had been protesting for the right to vote for many years. They believed that they deserved the right to have the vote because 60% of men already had the vote. Women believed that men's views of the 'inferior' women were outdated and they believed that they deserved more in a twentieth century society. Women had previously been denied the vote because of the threat of the forthcoming war. Also troubles in Ireland had also preoccupied the Government and forced them to put the women's issue on the backburner. The People's Budget of 1909 caused many other problems. The money needed by th…
- ATTITUDES TOWARDS WOMEN AND THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE HAD CHANGED BY 1918. HOW IMPORTANT WAS WW1 IN BRINGING ABOUT THIS CHANGE?
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