B ; cda ; why repealed ; elizabeth wolstenholme ('33-'18)

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during 1860s which association was she part of?
National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (NAPSS)
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what is this association more commonly referred to as?
Social Science Association (SSA)
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was founded in?
1857
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to promote? (4)
public health / penal reform / industrial relations / female education
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at an SSA meeting in Bristol a group of people were angered by what of cdas?
extension to civilians
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in?
1869
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so what association did they found?
National Anti-Contagious Diseases Act Extenstion Association (NACDAEA)
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who was the laeders?
charles taylor
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what other organisation did this group become a part of?
National Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Acts
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from these experiences what organisation did wolstenholme conceive?
LNA (Ladies' National Assoc)
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why couldn't wolstenholme lead this movement?
too radical
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what did she refuse to comply with?
mid-victorian expectations of respectability
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why was she openly hostile to marriage?
thought it was legally disadvantageous to women
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when did she partner with ben elmy w/o legal ceremony?
1875
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she decided to marry him when what happened?
she got pregnant
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but only to avoid?
damaging CDA repeal campaign
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what other two women did wolstenholme refuse to invite to lead the CDA?
florence nightingale / harriet martineau
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both were?
unmarried and childless
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instead who did she invite to lead the movement?
josephine butler
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