Clipping : Should women use violence? Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Pictorial Review. Vol. 14. November 1912

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Title

Clipping : Should women use violence? Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Pictorial Review. Vol. 14. November 1912

Description

Gilman discusses recent militant and sometimes violent tactics by suffragists in England and perceptions of violence by women. In order to conduct a fair evaluation of these tactics, she asks: Is violence ever justifiable? Are women ever justified in using violence? Are these English women justified?

She argues against a recent article by immunologist Sir Almroth Wright's letter published in the Times newspaper on March 28, 1912, entitled "Sir Almroth Wright on Militant Hysteria."

Date

1912-11

Subject

Social roles
Violence in women
Women--Suffrage--Great Britain
Women's Social and Political Union
Wright, Almroth, 1861-1947

Creator

Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 1860-1935

Publisher

New York : The Pictorial Review Co.

Format

1 p.

Original Format

Magazines (periodicals)

Physical Dimensions

41 x 29 cm.

URL

Entire text of article available through Google Books http://books.google.com/books?id=FsMGNed7hfMC&lpg=PA212&pg=PA212#v=onepage&q&f=false

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