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Publisher: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle
Languages: English
Types: Article
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The rallying of much of the feminist movement to support for the government, and even to enthusiasm for the war in 1914 is well-known. This article looks at a leader of a section of the suffragettes which followed a very different path. Sylvia Pankhurst broke with her patriotic mother and sister to work among working women in the East of London, using dynamic and original forms of activism to defend working women’s interests and encourage left wing consciousness. Le ralliement à la guerre d’une grande partie du mouvement féministe en 1914 est bien connu. Cet article retrace la voie bien différente suivie par une des filles d’Emmeline Pankhurst. Elle militera dans les quartiers ouvriers de Londres et montrera dynamism et originalité dans la défense des intérêts des femmes pauvres.

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