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Victorian and Edwardian Anti-Feminism

Edited by Valerie Sanders, Lucy Delap

Routledge – 2009 – 1,888 pages

Series: History of Feminism

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First published in 2009. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Contents

PROVISIONAL CONTENTS

Part 1: Education, Law, and Science

1. ‘Lectures to Ladies on Practical Subjects’, Saturday Review, 15 December 1855, p. 116.

2. ‘Law for Ladies’, Saturday Review, 24 May 1856, pp. 77–8.

3. ‘The Over-Education of Women’, Saturday Review, 8 May 1858, pp. 467–8.

4. ‘The Intellect of Women’, Saturday Review, 8 October 1859, pp. 417–18.

5. ‘Political Establishment for Young Ladies’, Punch, 6 June 1868, p. 242.

6. ‘Women Graduates’, Saturday Review, 5 July 1873, pp. 5–7.

7. Henry Maudsley, ‘Sex in Mind and in Education’, Fortnightly Review, 1 April 1874, pp. 466–83.

8. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Higher Education of Woman’, Fortnightly Review, October 1886, pp. 498–510.

9. Cesare Lombroso, ‘The Physical Insensibility of Woman’, Fortnightly Review, 1892, pp. 354–7.

10. Bertha J. Johnson, ‘University Degrees for Women: The Case Against’, The Humanitarian, 8, 1896, pp. 257–63.

11. ‘Women at Oxford and Cambridge’, The Quarterly Review, October 1897, pp. 529–51.

Part 2: Working, Professional, and Spiritual Women

12. ‘Female Labour’, Fraser’s Magazine, March 1860, pp. 359–71.

13. [W. R. Greg], ‘Why are Women Redundant?’, National Review, April 1862, pp. 434–60.

14. ‘What is Woman’s Work?’, The Saturday Review, 15 February 1868, pp. 197–8.

15. S. H. Swinny, ‘Where Women are the Wage-Earners: Life and Labour in Dundee’, The Positivist Review, 1 June 1906, pp. 128–34.

16. Anon., ‘Women and Work’, The Saturday Review, 28 December 1907, 787–8.

17. Married Women and the Factory Law (1909) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

18. Janet E. Courtney, ‘The Prospects of Women as Brain Workers’, The Nineteenth Century and After, November 1915, pp. 1284–93.

19. E. Picton-Turberville, ‘The Coming Order in the Church of Christ’, The Nineteenth Century and After, September 1916, pp. 521–30.

20. Athelstan Riley, ‘Male and Female Created He Them’, The Nineteenth Century and After, October 1916, pp. 836–40.

21. E. Pickton-Turberville, ‘The Coming Order in the Church of Christ II’, The Nineteenth Century and After, November 1916, pp. 1000–7.

Part 3: Marriage, Motherhood and Domesticity

22. [Eliza Lynn Linton], ‘Rights and Wrongs of Women’, Household Words, 1 April 1854, pp. 158–61.

23. ‘Man’s Might and Woman’s Right’, Saturday Review, 3 May 1856, pp. 6–7.

24. Dora Greenwell, ‘Our Single Women’, North British Review, February 1862, pp. 62–87.

25. ‘Wives’, Saturday Review, 19 December 1863, pp. 779–80.

26. Arabella Kenealy, ‘A New View of the Surplus of Women’, Westminster Review, 1891.

27. Ella Hepworth Dixon, ‘Why Women are Ceasing to Marry’, The Humanitarian, 18 October 1894, pp. 392–6.

28. Arabella Kenealy, ‘The Dignity of Love’, The Humanitarian, 1896, pp. 340–8.

29. St George Mivart, ‘The Degradation of Woman’, The Humanitarian, 1896, pp. 250–7.

30. Grant Allen, ‘Is it Degradation?’, The Humanitarian, 1896, pp. 340–8.

31. Arabella Kenealy, ‘The Dignity of Love’, The Humanitarian, 1896, pp. 435–9.

32. Edith Ellis, ‘The Maternal in Politics’, Anti-Suffrage Review, 1911, p. 121–2.

33. WCD and Catherine Whetham, ‘Decadence and Civilisation’, The Hibbert Journal, X, 1, October 1911, 179–200.

34. Helen Hamilton, ‘Spinsters in the Making—Types 1.—The College Woman’, The Freewoman, 14 December 1911, pp. 66–8.

35. Leonora Lockhart, ‘At the Cross-Roads’, Anti-Suffrage Review, 1912, pp. 150–1.

36. Frances H. Low, ‘Why We Oppose Women Suffrage’, The New Age, March 1913, pp. 445–7.

37. Ethel Colquhoun, ‘The Superfluous Woman: Her Cause and Cure’, Nineteenth Century and After, 75, March 1914, pp. 563–73.

38. ‘Feminism and Depopulation’, Anti-Suffrage Review, 1917, pp. 68–9.

39. Undated postcard: ‘Mummy’s a Suffragette’ (Museum of London Collection).

Part 4: Satire

40. John Leech, ‘Bloomeriana’, Punch, 1851, Vol. 21, 203–6.

41. ‘Bloomerism … by Thomas Snarlyle’, ibid., p. 217.

42. ‘A Poser for a Bloomer’, ibid., p. 208.

43. ‘The Bloomer Ball’, ibid., p. 209.

44. ‘Bloomerism’, ibid., p. 189.

45. ‘Bloomerism—An American Custom’, ibid., p. 141.

46. ‘A Probable Incident if That Bloomerism isn’t Put Down’, ibid., p. 150.

47. ‘One of the Delightful Results of Bloomerism’, ibid., p. 192.

48. ‘The Ex-Unprotected Female’, ibid., pp. 192–3.

49. ‘Sucking Pigs’, Household Words, 8 November 1851, pp. 145–7.

50. ‘Efficiency of Female Police’, in ‘The The Ladies of Creation’, Punch cartoon (Punch’s Almanac, 1853).

51. ‘The Parliamentary Female’, ‘Mary Protecting the Weaker Sex’, ‘The Band at St. James’s Palace’, and ‘The Woman at the Wheel’, ‘Efficiency of Female Police Force in What is Vulgarly called a "Jolly Row"’, Punch cartoons from ‘The Ladies of the Creation’ (1853).

52. [Eliza Lynn Linton], ‘Passing Faces’, Household Words, 14 April 1855, pp. 261–4.

53. ‘A Gentleman of Influence’, Punch cartoon, 22 July 1865, p. 23.

54. ‘The Ladies’ Advocate’, Punch cartoon, 1 June 1867.

55. ‘Probably the Next Absurdity’, Punch cartoon, 18 January 1868, p. 30.

56. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Girl of the Period’, Saturday Review, 14 March 1868, pp. 339–40.

57. ‘Mrs Punch’s Letters to Her Daughter’, Punch, 4 July 1868, pp. 7–8.

58. ‘Is Woman a Human Being and Immortal?’, Saturday Review, 7 November 1868, pp. 616–17.

59. ‘What it Will Soon Come To’, Punch cartoon, 24 February 1894, p. 90.

60. ‘Donna Quixote’, Punch cartoon and poem, 28 April 1894, pp. 194–5.

61. ‘Passionate Female Literary Types’, Punch cartoon, 2 June 1894, p. 255.

62. ‘The Weaker Sex’, Punch cartoon, 20 March 1907.

63. ‘Our Suffrajests’, Punch, March 20 1907, p. 203.

64. A. A. Milne, ‘Cross-Examining a Suffragist’, Punch, 20 February 1907, p. 142.

65. ‘Woman, Woman Everywhere’, Punch, 13 March 1907, p. 188.

66. Edmund B. D’Auvergne, ‘The Brawling Brotherhood’, The New Age, 1908, p. 91.

67. W. H. Mallock, ‘Women in Parliament’, Nineteenth Century and After, July 1912, pp. 292–318.

68. ‘The Storming of the Bastille’, Anti-Suffrage Review, August 1912, p. 187.

69. Spoof Suffrage Society membership card (undated) (Museum of London Collection).

Part 5: Social Change and Leisure

70. [T. H. Lister], ‘Rights and Condition of Women’, Edinburgh Review, April 1841, pp. 189–209.

71. [Coventry Patmore], ‘The Social Position of Woman’, North British Review, 1851, pp. 515–40.

72. ‘Woman’s Emancipation’, Punch, July 1851, p. 3.

73. ‘Lecture at the Strong-Minded Women’s Club’, Punch, 1852, pp. 170–3.

74. [Margaret Oliphant], ‘The Condition of Women’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, February 1858, pp. 139–54.

75. ‘A Fear for the Future’, Fraser’s Magazine, February 1859, pp. 243–8.

76. ‘A Word to Women’, Temple Bar, April 1861, pp. 54–61.

77. ‘Woman and Her Critics’, Saturday Review, 25 January 1868, pp. 109–10.

78. ‘The Priesthood of Woman’, Saturday Review, 7 March 1868, pp. 302–3.

79. ‘The Future of Woman’, Saturday Review, 28 March 1868, pp. 410–11.

80. ‘Ideal Women’, Saturday Review, 9 May 1868, pp. 609–10.

81. Anne Mozley, ‘Clever Women’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, October 1868.

82. [Margaret Oliphant], ‘Mr Mill on the Subjection of Women’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, September 1869, pp. 309–21.

83. [Eliza Lynn Linton], ‘The Modern Revolt’, Macmillan’s Magazine, December 1870, pp. 142–9.

84. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘Modern Man-Haters’, Saturday Review, 29 April 1871, pp. 528–9.

85. M. F. Cusack, ‘Woman’s Place in the Economy of Creation’, Fraser’s Magazine, February 1874.

86. [Margaret Oliphant], ‘The Grievances of Women’, Fraser’s Magazine, May 1880, pp. 698–710.

87. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘Emancipated Women’, Ourselves: Essays on Women, 1884, pp. 40–60.

88. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Future Supremacy of Women’, The National Review, September 1886, pp. 1–15.

89. J. S. Stuart Glennie, ‘The Proposed Subjection of Men’, Fortnightly Review, 1889, pp. 567–78.

90. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Characteristics of English Women’, Fortnightly Review, February 1889, pp. 245–60.

91. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Threatened Abdication of Man’, National Review, July 1889, pp. 577–92.

92. Mary Jeune, ‘Women of To-day, Yesterday, and To-morrow’, National Review, December 1889, pp. 547–61.

93. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Judicial Shock to Marriage’, Nineteenth Century, 1891, pp. 691–700.

94. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Wild Women as Social Insurgents’, Nineteenth Century, 1891, pp. 596–605.

95. Eliza Lynn Linton ‘The Wild Women, No. 1: As Politicians’, Nineteenth Century, 1891, pp. 79–88.

96. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘The Partisans of the Wild Women’, Nineteenth Century, 1892, pp. 455–64.

97. Eliza Lynn Linton, ‘A Picture of the Past’, Nineteenth Century, November 1892, pp. 791–803.

98. Ellen Gosse, ‘The Tyranny of Woman’, New Review, May 1894, pp. 615–25.

99. ‘Manners and Customs’, Punch, 19 May 1894, p. 229.

100. Arabella Kenealy, ‘Woman as an Athlete’, Nineteenth Century, April 1899, pp. 636–45.

101. Arabella Kenealy, ‘Woman as an Athlete: A Rejoinder’, Nineteenth Century, 1899, pp. 915–29.

102. Karl Pearson, ‘The Woman Question’ and ‘Socialism and Sex’, The Ethic of Freethought and Other Addresses, 2nd edn. (1901), pp. 354–78, 411–31.

103. H. B. Marriot Watson, ‘The Deleterious Effect of Americanisation Upon Women’, Nineteenth Century, November 1903, pp. 782–92.

104. George Barlow, ‘The Fall of Woman’, Contemporary Review, July 1906, pp. 95–106.

105. S. H. Swinny, review of The Freedom of Women by Ethel B. Harrison, The Positivist Review, 1 July 1908, pp. 165–7.

106. H. E. Hamilton King, ‘Civil War—Want of Cohesion Among Women’, Anti-Suffrage Review, 1909, pp. 11–12.

107. Marjorie Bowen, ‘On Nunneries’, Anti-Suffrage Review, 1909.

108. Filson Young, ‘The Women’s Achievement’, The Saturday Review, 9 March 1912.

109. Ethel Colquhoun, ‘Woman and Morality’, Nineteenth Century and After, 75, January 1914.

Part 6: Literature

110. George Eliot, ‘Silly Novels by Lady Novelists’, Westminster Review, 1856, pp. 442–61.

111. Grant Allen, ‘Plain Words on the Woman Question’, Fortnightly Review, 1889, pp. 448–58.

112. [William Barry], ‘The Strike of a Sex’, Quarterly Review, 179, October 1894, pp. 289–318.

113. J. Peyton, ‘The Modern Malignant: II: The Malignant in Literature’, The Humanitarian, 1896, pp. 52–8.

114. Margaret Oliphant, ‘The Anti-Marriage League’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, January 1896, pp. 135–49.

115. Hugh E. N. Stutfield, ‘The Psychology of Feminism’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, January 1897, pp. 104–17.

116. Philip Thomas, ‘The Sins of Ann Veronica’, The Positivist Review, 1 March 1910, pp. 64–6.

117. W. J. Ferrar, ‘On Women Poets’, The Nineteenth Century and After, October 1922, pp. 576–83.

Part 7: Anti-Suffragists

118. ‘Woman’s Mission’, Saturday Review, 9 July 1859, pp. 44–5.

119. [Margaret Oliphant], ‘The Great Unrepresented’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, September 1866, pp. 367–79.

120. ‘Mill’s Logic: or, Franchise for the Ladies’, Punch cartoon, 30 March 1867, p. 129.

121. ‘Womanhood Suffrage’, Punch, 30 March 1867, p. 128.

122. [Margaret Oliphant], ‘Mill on the Subjection of Women’, Edinburgh Review, 130, October 1869, pp. 573–601.

123. ‘Woman’s Suffrage’, Saturday Review, 9 November 1872, pp. 594–5.

124. ‘Women Voters’, Saturday Review, 3 May 1873, pp. 569–70.

125. ‘Women’, Saturday Review, 11 April 1874, pp. 454–5.

126. Goldwin Smith, ‘Female Suffrage’, Macmillan’s Magazine, June 1874.

127. ‘Women’s Suffrage’, Saturday Review, 14 July 1883, pp. 37–8.

128. Henry Cecil Raikes, ‘Women’s Suffrage’, National Review, January 1885, pp. 631–41.

129. Goldwin Smith, ‘Conservatism and Female Suffrage’, The National Review, February 1888, pp. 735–52.

130. ‘The Women’s Protest against Women’s Suffrage’, The Spectator, 1 June 1889, pp. 750–1.

131. Charles Selby Oakley, ‘Of Women in Assemblies’, Nineteenth Century, October 1896, pp. 559–66.

132. Frances H. Low, ‘A Woman’s Criticism of the Women’s Congress’, Nineteenth Century, August 1899, pp. 192–202.

133. Caroline E. Stephen, ‘Women and Politics’, Nineteenth Century, February 1907, pp. 227–36.

134. ‘One Man One Suffragette’, Punch cartoon, 13 March 1907, p. 193.

135. Mrs E. M. Simon, Women’s Suffrage: Some Sociological Reasons for Opposing the Movement (1907) (pamphlet), pp. 3–24.

136. Edith M. Massie, ‘A Woman’s Plea against Woman Suffrage’, Nineteenth Century, March 1908, pp. 381–5.

137. ‘Women and the Franchise’, Edinburgh Review, July 1908, pp. 246–63.

138. Mary A. Ward, ‘The Women’s Anti-Suffrage Movement’, Nineteenth Century, 64, August 1908, pp. 343–52.

139. Mary Maxse, ‘Votes for Women’, The National Review, 52, November 1908, pp. 387–98.

140. Ethel B. Harrison, The Freedom of Women: An Argument Against the Proposed Extension of the Suffrage to Women (pamphlet) (1908), pp. 7–55.

141. Mary Ward, Is Woman Suffrage Inevitable? (1908) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

142. A Letter to Mr Heitland (1908) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

143. Queen Victoria and Women’s Rights (1908) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

144. Heber Hart, Nature’s Reason Against Woman Suffrage (1908) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

145. A. M. Lovat, ‘Women and the Suffrage’, Nineteenth Century, July 1908, pp. 64–73.

146. M. E. Simkins, ‘Suffrage and Anti-suffrage: A Woman Worker’s Appeal’, The National Review, January 1909, pp. 784–93.

147. A. V. Dicey, ‘Woman Suffrage’, The Quarterly Review, January 1909, pp. 276–304.

148. T. Dundas Pillans, Plain Truths about Woman Suffrage (1909), pp. 3–11.

149. Heber Hart, Woman Suffrage: A National Danger (1909), pp. 31–8.

150. Girton Review, Anti Suffrage League Meeting Report No. 25 (1909), pp. 7–8.

151. Anon., Women’s Suffrage and the National Welfare (1909) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

152. ‘Bi-Sexual Suffrage’, The Saturday Review, 25 June 1910, p. 811.

153. ‘The Suffrage Debate’, Spectator, 16 July 1910, pp. 84–5.

154. Ethel Harrison, ‘Pageantry and Politics’, Nineteenth Century, August 1910, pp. 220–6.

155. Letter from Miss Octavia Hill, Women and the Suffrage (1910) (Anti-Suffrage League pamphlet).

156. ‘The Anti-Suffrage Outdoor Campaign’, Anti-Suffrage Review, August 1910, p. 21.

157. H. B. Samuels, Woman Suffrage: Its Dangers and Delusions (1910) (pamphlet), pp. 1–16.

158. C. H. Norman, ‘Economic Criticism of Woman Suffrage’, Westminster Review, January 1911, pp. 91–103.

159. ‘Votes for Ladies’, The Eye Witness, 22 June 1911, pp. 8–9.

160. ‘The Women’s Bill’, The Saturday Review, 30 March 1912, pp. 385–6.

161. ‘The Ladies’ Raid’, The Eye Witness, 7 March 1912, pp. 358–9.

162. Correspondence on publicity strategies, The Anti-Suffrage Review, April 1912, p. 76.

163. ‘JKP’, ‘A Certain Woman’, The Eye Witness, 16 May 1912, pp. 693–4.

164. ‘A Leap-Year Proposal’, Anti-Suffrage Review, May 1912, p. 109.

165. ‘Desperate Cases and Desperate Remedies’, Anti-Suffrage Review, May 1912, p. 105.

166. Edith Sellers, ‘Where Women Sit in Parliament’, Nineteenth Century and After, July 1912, pp. 167–81.

167. ‘Unmasked’, Anti-Suffrage Review, September 1912, p. 215.

168. Arthur Charles Gronno, The Woman MP: A Peril to the Country (undated pamphlet) (Manchester branch of the Women’s National Anti-Suffrage League).

169. Selections from The Anti-Suffrage Handbook of Facts, Statistics and Quotations for the Use of Speakers, Campaigns Committee of the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage (1912), pp. 26–7, 41–76.

170. ‘Whey Women SHOULD NOT have the Vote: From Woman’s Point of View’, The Pall Mall Magazine, March 1913, pp. 308–11.

171. Photo of a stall, Anti-Suffrage Review, December 1913 p. 252.

172. ‘Anti Suffrage Activity’, Anti-Suffrage Review, June 1914, p. 91.

Part 8: Feminism and Militancy

173. ‘A Woman’s Rights Organs’, The Saturday Review, 2 January 1869, pp. 20–1.

174. E. Wake Cook, ‘Anti-Feminism’, The New Age, 28 March 1908, 439, 18 April 1908.

175. Belfort Bax, ‘Feminism and Female Suffrage’, The New Age, 30 May 1908, pp. 88–9.

176. Millicent Murby, ‘The True Gospel of Feminism: A Reply to Mr Belfort Bax’, The New Age, 6 June 1908, pp. 108–10.

177. Belfort Bax, ‘Mr Belfort Bax Replies to his Critics’, The New Age, 8 August 1908, pp. 287–8.

178. Stephen Reynolds, ‘Seems So: The Suffragettes’, The Spectator, February 1909, pp. 296–7.

179. Ethel Harrison, ‘Then and Now’, Nineteenth Century, 66, December 1909, pp. 1051–7.

180. Beatrix Tracy, ‘Is the New Woman Helping Woman?’, The National Review, 55, 328, June 1910, pp. 640–5.

181. ‘Feminine Versus Feminist’, Living Age, 1912, pp. 938–9.

182. ‘Correspondences on the Suffragettes’, The Eye Witness, 21 March 1912, p. 437.

183. ‘The Suffragette’s Dream’, Anti-Suffrage Review, April 1912, p. 69.

184. Filson Young, ‘Suffragette Island’, The Saturday Review, 7 December 1912, pp. 705–6.

185. Arch. Gibbs, ‘The Fraud of Feminism’, The New Age, 4 December 1912, pp. 149–50.

186. Arch. Gibbs, ‘The Need for Anti-feminist Action’, The New Age, 19 December 1912, p. 165.

187. Walter Lennard, ‘The Soul of a Suffragette’, Fortnightly Review, April 1913, pp. 791–803.

188. Father Day, ‘The Feminist Movement’, The Anti-Suffrage Review, 1913.

189. Ethel Colquhoun, ‘Modern Feminism and Sex Antagonism’, Quarterly Review, July 1913, pp. 143–66.

190. ‘By Favour of the Militants’, Punch, 12 March 1913, p. 208.

191. ‘The Majesty of the Law’, Punch, 5 March 1913, p. 183.

192. T. Marchant, ‘Feminism’, The New Age, 1 May 1913, p. 21.

193. Mrs Walter Alison Phillips (Catherine B. Sennett), Review of books by Colquhoun, Bax, Swanwick, Hutchins, Times Literary Supplement, 5 February 1914, p. 56.

Part 9: Constructive and ‘modern’ anti-feminism

194. ‘A Woman’s Thoughts about Women’, Saturday Review, 10 April 1858.

195. ‘A Methodist Argument Against the Emancipation of Women’, Englishwoman’s Review, 15 April 1889, pp. 152–4.

196. Mrs E. M. Simon, Positive Principles for Anti-Suffragists (pamphlet) (1908), pp. 3–20.

197. C. H. Norman, ‘The Injustice of Votes for Women’, The New Age, 18 July 1908, p. 228.

198. Caroline E. Stephen, ‘The Representation of Women: A Consultative Chamber of Women’, Nineteenth Century, December 1908, pp. 1018–24.

199. Beatrice Tina (‘Beatrice Hastings’), ‘The Case of the Anti-Feminists’, The New Age, 1908, p. 349.

200. E. Nesbit, ‘Beatrice Tina and the Almighty’, The New Age, 4 July 1908, pp. 197–8.

201. Violet Markham, ‘A Proposed Woman’s Council’, The National Review, August 1910, 1029–38.

202. Arthur D. Lewis, ‘The Unimportance of the Women’s Movement’, The Freewoman, 11 January 1912, pp. 147–8.

203. Austin Harrison, ‘The New Sesame and Lilies’, The English Review, February 1912, pp. 486–96.

204. Cicely Hamilton, ‘Man’, The English Review, April 1912, pp. 115–25.

205. ‘Woman: A Reply to Man’, The English Review, May 1912, pp. 280–8.

206. May Sinclair, ‘A Defence of Men’, The English Review, July 1912, pp. 556–66.

207. A. R. Orage, ‘Notes of the Week’, The New Age, 22 August 1912, pp. 385–9, 29 August 1912, pp. 409–14.

208. Responses to Orage’s notes of the week, The New Age, 12 September 1912, pp. 476–9.

209. C. H. Norman, ‘Will Men Govern when Women have the Vote?’, The Freewoman, 5 September 1912, pp. 308–9.

210. A. R. Orage, ‘Notes of the Week’, The New Age, 8 May 1913, pp. 25–7.

211. J. M. Kennedy, ‘Women and the Caucus’, The New Age, 8 May 1913, p. 33.

212. S. M. Mitra, ‘Voice for Women: Without Votes’, The Nineteenth Century and After, November 1913, pp. 988–1007.

213. Violet Markham, ‘Anti Suffrage’, Return Passage (1953), pp. 95–103.

Part 10: War

214. ‘To Rule or to Serve?’, Anti-Suffrage Review, June 1915, pp. 41–2.

215. ‘Patriotism: At a Price’, Anti-Suffrage Review, July 1916, pp. 41–2, 56.

216. Edith Milner, ‘Woman’s Place’, Anti-Suffrage Review, January 1916, pp. 6–7.

217. ‘Votes for Women with Half the Men Away’, Anti-Suffrage Review, June 1917, pp. 44–5.

218. Mrs Walter Alison Phillips (Catherine B. Sennett), ‘War and Militancy’ review of A. E. Metcalf’s Women’s Effort: A Chronicle of British Women’s Fifty Years Struggle for Citizenship, Times Literary Supplement, 16 August 1917, p. 389.

219. Personal statements on suffrage and war, from A. V. Dicey, Mary Ward, Harold Owen, John Massie, Gladys Pott, and Heber Hart, Anti-Suffrage Review, December 1917, pp. 91–5.

220. Mary Ward, ‘Let Women Say! An Appeal to the House of Lords’, The Nineteenth Century and After, January 1918, pp. 47–59.

221. ‘Woman Suffrage’, Anti-Suffrage Review, February 1918, pp. 9–10.

222. Edith Sellers, ‘Boy and Girl War Products Their Reconstruction’, Nineteenth Century and After, October 1918, pp. 702–16.

Part 11: After Suffrage

223. ‘Epilogue’, Anti-Suffrage Review, April 1918, pp. 17–18.

224. ‘A Skilled Labourer, Female Intemperance’, Quarterly Review, January 1920, pp. 122–39.

225. Edith Sellers, ‘An Unknown Quantity: The Woman Voter’, The Nineteenth Century, March 1922, pp. 504–8.

226. Edith Sellers, ‘The Manufacture of Girl-Loafers’, The National Review, September 1921, pp. 123–32.

227. Edith Sellers, ‘Women Electors and Foreign Affairs’, The National Review, September 1922, pp. 46–51.

228. W. J. Ferrar, ‘On Women Poets’, The Nineteenth Century and After, October 1922, pp. 576–83.

229. Edith Sellers, ‘The Voteless Women of France’, The National Review, August 1924, pp. 878–87.

230. Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, ‘No Women as Priests: A Famous "Suffragette" on the Bishop’s Dictum’, The Morning Post, 30 March 1928, p. 6.

231. Alice Dudeney, ‘No Women Priests: A Woman Novelist Upholds the Bishop’, The Morning Post, 31 March 1928, p. 6.

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