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    I'm doing the extension of the franchise for women. I want to be able to write about both the actions of the suffragettes and about the impact of the war. I have three possible questions I can choose from, but they all seem really similar and I can't work out which one will let me write about both aspects I've mentioned.

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    'Assess the view that the actions of the WSPU were responsible for the delay in women obtaining the vote.'

    'How valid is the view that the work of women during World War I was the reason for them achieving the vote in 1918?'

    'Assess the view hat the argument over female suffrage was won by 1914 but the war held up its implementation.'

    I know they're very similar, but I have to pick one.
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    I'm doing the extension of the franchise for women. I want to be able to write about both the actions of the suffragettes and about the impact of the war. I have three possible questions I can choose from, but they all seem really similar and I can't work out which one will let me write about both aspects I've mentioned.

    Here are the questions:

    'Assess the view that the actions of the WSPU were responsible for the delay in women obtaining the vote.'

    'How valid is the view that the work of women during World War I was the reason for them achieving the vote in 1918?'

    'Assess the view hat the argument over female suffrage was won by 1914 but the war held up its implementation.'

    I know they're very similar, but I have to pick one.
    I'd go for the second one, then you can talk about different factors within it
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    I'd go for the second one, then you can talk about different factors within it
    I went with the second one. I realised that with the first one I would have to talk a lot about the suffragists, and with the third one I didn't like the term 'the argument was won' because that seems to focus to opinions, not actual implementation.

    Thanks
 
 
 
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