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Table of Contents 1 Introduction
Who Were the Feminists?
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active amongst analysis attitude background Barbara Bodichon becoming a feminist belief birth control campaign for better Caroline Norton category autonomy category unmarried women chapter co-operative housekeeping cohort complementary roles concern Contagious Diseases Acts daughters decline double standard economic independence Eleanor Rathbone Emmeline Emmeline Pankhurst emphasis equal marriage equal rights especially example extent family allowance movement fathers female sample feminist ideology feminist involvement first-wave Frederick Pethick-Lawrence freethinkers gender Henry Brailsford higher education husband ideological category important issue Josephine Butler Labour Party largely legal rights Liberal male feminists male sample ment middle-class women militant Moreover mothers and children nineteenth century number of women organised Owenite Pankhurst Pethick-Lawrence political affiliation positive religious affiliation radical relationship significant single women small number social origin socialist feminism socialist feminists socialist women suffrage campaign suffrage movement Table trade union trade union movement women's movement women's suffrage women's trade union working-class women