I'm researching something along the lines of:
'From 1903-2016, Emmeline Pankhurst was the individual who achieved the most for women in terms of equality.'
Discuss how far you agree.
But I'm not sure if this sounds okay, and if that period of time doesn't appear strange, as I probably won't go past Malala in 2014 (if I even mention her).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm not sure how to phrase my EPQ title... Watch
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- 22-07-2016 14:05
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- 24-07-2016 15:20
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Just quoting in Puddles the Monkey so she can move the thread if needed
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- 24-07-2016 15:39
How about something like 'From the early 20th century to today - leading ladies and their legacies in the fight for equality'
Substitute 'figures' for 'ladies' if you think it sounds too sexist (but it does have a nice alliteration to it).