Eleanor Rathbone and the Politics of Conscience
When British women demanded the vote in the years before the First World War, they promised to use political rights to remake their country and their world. This is the story of Eleanor Rathbone, the woman who best fulfilled that pledge.
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British suffragist, social scientist, and politician Eleanor Rathbone (1872-1946) served in the House of Commons in a career that spanned both world wars. Perhaps best known for her advocacy for ... Read full review
DILEMMAS OF A DUTIFUL DAUGHTER
THE FREEDOM OF THE CITY
A NEW FEMINISM IN THE MAKING
What Future for Feminism?
Feuds about the Family
Most Independent Member
The Difference Empire Makes
Miss Rathbone has her Portrait Painted
A WORLD TO SAVE