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1 In 1918 the suffragists won the franchise for UK women over the age of 29.
2 Margaret Mitchell was also a notable suffragist.
3 Suffragist groups existed all over the country and under many different names but their aim was the same: to achieve the right to vote for women through constitutional, peaceful means.
4 In 1842, the suffragist movement under the leadership of Thomas Dorr developed into an armed rebellion, which eventually forced the state government to adopt universal suffrage.
5 Most of scholars have studied the event from political-historical or constitutional-historical perspectives and considered the suffragist movement as a middle-class reform activity.
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