Lucinda Hawksley – March Women March

One hundred years after women were first being granted the right to vote in Britain, Lucinda Hawksley looks at the courageous campaigners who refused to accept that men knew what was best for them.

Moving from the publication of Mary Wollstonecraft to the battle cries and slogans of the Suffragette Movement, we follow the path trodden by many brave women in the

quest for equal rights. March, Women, March reveals how women’s fight for equality came to change the world.


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