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The 1930s: ‘Women had the vote, but the old agitation went on’ | Women’s suffrage | The Guardian

Women won voting rights equal to men in Britain in 1928, but that didn’t mean they had attained equality. Per Diana Souhami’s article in The Guardian: “To have legislation is not at all the same as to have the state

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A Good Journalist Understands That Fascism Can Happen Anywhere, Anytime ‹ Literary Hub

In researching the rise of fascism in 1930s Britain, I was surprised to learn that Oswald Mosley, the charismatic founder of the British Union of Fascists (BUF), was initially a fan of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. He formed the BUF

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