First published in 1987. This collection brings together important articles written by Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughters during the Suffragette Campaign, 1903-14. Includes a transcript of the 1908 trial of the suffragette leaders, their speeches, and major pamphlets of the Women's Social and Political Union.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 The Commons Debate on Woman Suffrage, Christabel Pankhurst; Chapter 3 The Militant Methods of the N.W.S.P.U., Christabel Pankhurst; Chapter 4 The Trial of the Suffragette Leaders, F. W. Pethick Lawrence; Chapter 5 Votes for Women in 1908. A Reply to Mr Lloyd George, Christabel Pankhurst; Chapter 6 Militant Methods; Chapter 7 Atrocities in an English Prison; Chapter 8 Broken Windows; Chapter 9 Defence, Emmeline Pankhurst; Chapter 10 Why we are Militant; Chapter 11 Letter Sent to Enquirers from 4, Clemen?s Inn; Chapter 12 Our Demand; Chapter 13 Why we Oppose the Liberal Government; Chapter 14 What Women Demand; Chapter 15 Votes for Women. The Conciliation Bill Explained; Chapter 16 Suffragist Prisoners are Political Offenders. Therefore they should be Treated as First-Class Misdemeanants; Chapter 17 A Message from the W.S.P.U.; Chapter 18 Window Breaking: To One who has Suffered; Chapter 19 The Outragettes; Chapter 20 The Great Scourge and how to end it, Christabel Pankhurst; Chapter 21 The Woman’s Dreadnought, Sylvia Pankhurst; Chapter 22 How shall we get the Vote?; Chapter 23 The Hunger and Thirst Strike and its Effects; Chapter 24 What Happened on May 24th; Chapter 25 A Minimum Wage for Women; Chapter 26 The Sweating Scandal; Chapter 27 How to Meet Industrial Conscription; Chapter 28 Stand by the Woman Worker; Chapter 29 We Must Persevere; Chapter 30 Death-Rate of Mothers; Chapter 31 One Woman, One Vote; Chapter 32 Why Wait?; Chapter 33 A Question of Tactics; Chapter 34 The Opportunity;