Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote

Prior to women getting the vote, this is the way things used to be: In Canada, people believed only those with property should have the right to vote. If a couple co-owned a property they shared one vote. The man retained the right to cast that vote. Wages earned by women still went to their husbands. Women then started to fight for social reform. Suffragists rose up. They wanted to vote. They wanted to create change. Read about the epic struggles, years of hard work, perseverance, and the prejudice women faced fighting for the most important, basic, democratic right—to vote.


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Book TitleISBN #CopyrightCDN ListDisc. %Disc. PriceStatus
Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote   97819878341472017 (PB)$32.5020%$26.00 Available