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what does LNARCDA even fekkin stand 4?
Ladies' National Association for the Repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act
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what kind of response did extension of cda spark?
hostile public one
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who decided to make a campaign against the acts?
elizabeth wolstenholme
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when?
october '69
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who did she invite to lead it?
josephine butler
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when was the formation of the ladies' national association for repeal formed? (d/m/y)
31st december '69
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what happened on the same day?
protest signed against act
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signed by how many women?
120
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notably?
butler / wolstenholme / nightingale / lydia becker / harriet martineau
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no. signatures rose?
2000
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group included many of which two christian groups?
quakers and unitarians
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how many allegations did the org make against the acts?
8
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1. acts passed through parliamet?
secretly
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2. legislation undermined?
legal protection formally accorded to men / women
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3. what was unclearly defined in acts?
offence of prostitution
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4. laws unfairly did what?
punished one sex for prostitution which was largely man's fault
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5. what did acts make easier for men?
path to evil
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6. inplementation cruel and degrading, especially?
medical examinations
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7. acts would do what with disease?
increase > prevent
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8. solution to venereal disease wasn't 'physical' but rather?
moral
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these were principle arguments used against cdas for next how many yrs?
16
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before long where were new branched of LNA starting to be est?
major cities across the country
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