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  1. The changing position of women and the suffrage question. Revision notes

    * Before the Act was passed divorces had to happen through a private Act of Parliament, which was a slow and expensive process. * After the act, divorces could happen through the law courts. However, the grounds for divorcee were on a unequal basis. If a husband wanted to divorcee his wife he had to prove adultery. However, if a wife wanted to divorce her husband she had to prove not only his adultery, but either bigamy, rape, sodomy, bestiality, cruelty or long term desertion.

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  2. The changing position of women and the suffrage question

    Yet, despite trade union/government attempts to improve wages and working conditions, working class women remained at the bottom of the economic scale. Middle class ? single or married, women should remain at home, look after children and engage in charitable work. IF they were forced to work, then they worked as a governess. Opening up the world of work to women: 1901-1930 Domestic service was looked upon favourably for working class women as it prepared them to lead lives as wives/mothers.

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