Suffrage speeches from the dock made at the conspiracy trial, Old Bailey, May 15th-22nd, 1912 /
In these speeches, Emmeline Pankhurst and other leading militant suffragists defend themselves against the charges of damaging city property in their attempt to publicize the issue of women's suffrage. They illustrate the complexity of the issue and the ambivalence of the court which found them...
|Corporate Authors:||Gerritsen collection of women's history online.|
|Other Authors:||Healy, T. M. 1855-1931., Pankhurst, Emmeline, 1858-1928., Pethick-Lawrence, Emmeline, 1867-, Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William Pethick-Lawrence, Baron, 1871-1961.|
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