Lives of Victorian Political Figures, Part III, Volume 4
Queen Victoria, Florence Nightingale, Annie Besant and Millicent Garrett Fawcett by their Contemporaries
This book is based on another powerful political figure of the nineteenth century – Millicent Garrett Fawcett. It illuminates the biography and career of Millicent, known by contemporaries principally for her commitment to women's suffrage and her particular approach to it.
Table of Contents
1. The Garrett Family 2. Political Economist 3. Wife and Widow of Henry Fawcett 4. Education 5. Early Suffrage Leader 1870-1884 6. Author 7. Profiles 1888-1909 8. On Anti-Suffrage Women 9. Social Purity I: W. T. Stead and Children Employed in the Theatre 10. Social Purity II: Henry Cust Case 11. Imperialism I: Home Rule and Liberal Unionism 12. Imperialism II: South African War 13. Established Suffrage Leader 1885-1906 14. Obituaries