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Sisters and sisterhood: the Kenney sisters, suffrage and social reform c.1890-1970

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This is the first thesis which offers a sustained study of working-class women who took part in the militant campaign for suffrage and remained loyal to the Pankhursts, not only during the campaign, but throughout their lives. Historians have often sought to demonstrate why working-class women would not be attracted to the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU), identifying political and practical barriers to participation in militancy. The original historiographical contribution o...

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University of Oxford
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2019-05-01

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