Paper 2: Protest and Reaction, 1800- 1914

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What causes 'phossy jaw'?
White phosphorus
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Who owned the Link newspaper in 1888?
Annie Besant
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How many match girls went on strike?
1400
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Who opened a new match factory with better pay and conditions?
Salvation Army
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A newspaper which supported the Matchgirls
Pall Mall Gazette
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Who did The Times blame for stirring up trouble in 1888?
Socialist activists
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When did Bryant and May give into public pressure and stop using white phosphorus?
1901
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How long did the Match Girls' Strike last?
Three Weeks
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What were the NUWSS commonly known as?
Suffragists
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Who began the NUWSS?
Millicent Fawcett
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Who began the WSPU?
Emmeline Pankhurst
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What was the Suffragettes' motto?
Deeds Not Words
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When did the suffragettes begin using increasingly violent tactics?
1911
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Where did Emily Davison die under the King's Horse?
Epsom Derby
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How did the suffragettes continue to protest once in prison?
Hunger Strikes
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How did the government stop suffragettes dying in prison?
The Cat and Mouse Act
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When did all women over 21 get the vote?
1928
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Why do many people suspect women got the vote?
Women's war work
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What were the Rebecca Rioters afraid of?
Workhouses
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What increased and caused the Rebecca Riots?
Tolls and Tithes
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What did Robert Peel set up in 1843?
Enquiry and Roads board
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Where is Tolpuddle?
Dorset
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How much were Tolpuddle labourers earning in 1832?
9 shillings a week
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What pay did the Friendly Society of Agricultural Workers request?
10 shillings a week
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What did James Frampton lower the Tolpuddle wages to?
6 shillings a week
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What were employers particularly worried about?
GNCTU
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When were laws against trade unions repealed?
1824
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When did the Swing Riots take place?
1830
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How long did it take trade unions to be revived after the Tolpuddle Martyrs returned to Britain?
20 years
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Which profession did the first Luddites belong to?
Croppers
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Which Mill was attacked on 11th April 1812?
Rawfolds Mill
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How many Luddites were hanged for the attack on William Cartwright's Mill?
Fourteen
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Who owned the Link newspaper in 1888?

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Annie Besant

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How many match girls went on strike?

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Who opened a new match factory with better pay and conditions?

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A newspaper which supported the Matchgirls

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