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Describe the ways in which the methods of the

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Describe the ways in which the methods of the Suffragists and Suffragettes were different? The two parties they wanted to change the law and let woman vote they were called the suffragettes and the suffragists. Suffragettes use violent methods suffragists used only non-violet methods to get there point across. In this essay I'm going describe the methods that the suffragists and suffragettes used the methods were different. Suffragists were National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. (N.U.W.S.S) Millicent Fawcett was the leader of the party the party was founded in 1897 to unite most of the existing suffrage societies the aim of the groups was to extend women's political rights. ...read more.

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Furthermore if violence was use this would result in the people losing confident in the protest. Therefore they started to debate against men for example; there were a lot of bills that were proposed in parliament but not all of the bills were passed .The suffragists also thought that if they argued over time the men will start to debate over women's rights. The Suffragettes also knows Women's Social and Political Union. (W.S.P.U). whose leader is Emmeline Pankhurst, and her daughters, Christabel and Sylvia. There tactics were Militant, violent and confrontational, often illegal and involving public disorder The advantage of there methods was that they were gaining respect in the quickest way with out any of the supporters losing interest over time. ...read more.

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Their favourite and most effective method was to use megaphones to heckle speakers at liberal meetings. In general, the increasing confidence and assertiveness of women changed attitudes towards them by 1920. However, there were many factors not mentioned, such as the Suffragists, who were on the sidelines making a difference- perhaps even more so than suffragettes. A good example is Millicent Fawcett who was a key suffragist, partly responsible for getting women the vote, because of her political connections and her peaceful means. I also think that they got the women of Britain got the vote because they were put on pressure by other countries who had given women the right to vote. . ?? ?? ?? ?? Manveer Singh Tumber 11x5 ...read more.

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