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  • Maker:

    Women's Social and Political Union

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  • Leaflet No.76, published by the Women's Social and Political Union. Entitled 'Black Friday', the leaflet provides a detailed account of the ill-treatment of women during a deputation to the Prime Minister on 18 November 1910. The violence experienced by suffragettes at the hands of the police on Black Friday resulted in a change of tactics by the Women's Social and Political Union. Large deputations were no longer considered safe and, instead, suffragettes 'went underground' to wage guerilla warfare against the government in their struggle to win the vote.

  • Measurements

    H 289 mm; W 222 mm

  • Materials

    paper; ink

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