World War I and the demise of British feminism - Susan Kingsley Kent

How war stifled British feminism. Up until 1914, the suffrage campaign became a mass movement involving thousands. In 1918, Parliament granted the vote to women over the age of thirty but, although half of the potential female electorate remained disenfranchised, organized feminism never regained its prewar status.

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