Sufragette: No Right to Vote
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  • History → British History → Women's Suffrage

British suffragettes become outraged by the British government when they learn it decides not to give women the right to vote. They accidentally break out into a riot, and their resistance is suppressed by the police.

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  1. How is the atmosphere before the crowd hears the status of the suffrage bill?
  2. Why are the women upset with the news?
  3. How does the situation become violent?

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