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《Journal of Anqing Teachers College(Social Science Edition)》 2009-05
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On Male Involvement's Function in the Movement of British Women's Suffrage in 19th Century

HE Lu(Research Center of Australia,Xuzhou Normal University,Xuzhou 221000,Jiangsu China)  
In 19th century,the British Women's Suffrage Movement launched its first climax.As the main force in the movement,the British feminists struggled for women's legal rights to vote,in order to put women,which were "non-lexistence" in law,onto political arena.But because they were divided into different classes,leading to the internal differentiation of the main force and weakening the strength,so as to result the outnumbered situation in the movement.However,at this time the male involvement and support brought vigour like lamp in darkness to the movement.Even the cooperation between male and female played a very significant role in the movement,and also created a brilliant victory.
【CateGory Index】: K561.44
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