Before the Vote was Wonby Jane Lewis
First published in 1987. This volume traces the arguments of early suffragists through the last three decades of the nineteenth century. Includes the texts of the House of Commons Debate on the 1871 Disabilities Bill, 1982 Women's Franchise Bill and key documents by those who were opposed to women's suffrage
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Do not post at the second result unless you are running for leader! Place your votes at the third result. Place your name in the headline and in the 'review' section, place the name of the person you are voting for and nothing more.
Anyone who is a resident of Camp Athens is welcome to run for leader! Anyone can vote for who becomes the leader! Here are the rules: 1. Voting Anyone can vote, but only once. Also, if you are running for leader, you may not vote for yourself. If you are not a member of Camp Athens, your vote will not count. You MUST post your name if you are voting, if you do not, your vote will not count. 2. Running for Leader If you wish to run as a leader at Camp Athens, you will post your name at the next (second) result. All you need to do is post your name in the headline, then, in the 'review' section, put 'Running for leader of Camp Athens.' And nothing else. 3. After Being Elected When a leader is elected, that leader is the camps leader. No exceptions. The leader may appoint a 'right hand man', advisers, as well as other positions as they see fit. Be aware that if you vote or run for camp leader, you are agreeing to the above rules and acknowledge them.