Womens Liberation

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Womens Liberation. The French Revolution (main illustration to left) had given a boost to new ideas, and suggested that women could play a more active part in society, but Victorian fathers (right) were outraged if their daughters considered "Votes for Women" a just struggle. Top left inset: Josephine Butler (1828–1906) who campaiged fearlessly against laws that degraded women. Original artwork for illustration on pp16–17 of Look and Learn issue no 1014 (15 August 1981).

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