B ; wspu ; individuals ; emmeline / christabel

christabel enforced militancy from?
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while emmeline provided?
magnetism that attracted manu to movement
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who made initial move to est WSPU?
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after how many years of campaigning experience?
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and growing disilussionment with what about ILP?
commitment to women's right
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emmeline had limited experience with militant tactics from 90s inv with?
Women's Franchise League
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influential speaker that aruged what that found symathy with females?
that they had a unique voice that required political representation
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didn't claim men and women were equal but instead?
women required specific consideration in law making
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E/C adored by supporters with exception of?
theresa billington-greig
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christabel launched militancy in '05 after noticing what?
gov reaction to disturbances over unemployment
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what example made her see militant disturbances could shake gov into action?
that one where meeting unemployed men had to be dispersed by popo + was branded a riot in march making unemployment bill repintroduced
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when did christabel disrupt a public meeting and deliberately spit on a police officer to start militancy?
nov '05
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who tried to pay a fine for her to avoid imprisonment>
emmeline / churchill
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what happneed?
she refused
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what did she recognise about imprisonmet?
valuable tool to secure public sympathy
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christabel inspired many acts of arson from which year?
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including the burning of which anti-suffrage cabinet miister;s house?
lewis harcourt
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why did she also direct arson on churches?
believed CofE upheld existing political prejudices against women
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between '13 - '14 how many churches attacked?
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what thing in '06 was their initiative?
move from ILP
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seen as shift to?
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which parties was christabel sure wouldn't support women's votes?
labour and liberals
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but thought comservatives would introduce womens votes for propertied women why?
electoral advantage over liberals
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in '07 christabel was in contact with who?
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who doubted?
women wanted the vote
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E/C wanted to run the wspu liek an?
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arguably what about the autocracy weakened the movement?
autocratic style
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who left to form the WFL?
billington-greig and despard
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dinny like the undemocratic nature
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in what year?
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they took with them what % wspy members?
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in a bid to forge what kind of movement?
wc / labour pro
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this was after billington-greig had dome what at the WSPU annual conference in attempt to make it more democratic?
drafted a constitution
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what were the consequences?
E/C had her removed from the leaderhsip
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this was the first of how many splits?
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when were the pethick-lawrences booted?
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emmeline persuaded them to go to?
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beef over escalation of violence
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when they returned to WSPU what happened?
they fd they were banned from the wspu altogether
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