·Vous trouverez ici des illustrations représentant la mentalité de l'époque face aux femmes qui ont fait le choix de leurs convictions.
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**MISLEADING** - often pinned as a 'vintage' poster, it's easy to assume this is the product of a less enlightened age. The sad truth is that these words were spoken in 1992 by fearmongering preacher Pat Robertson, and he's still spouting this sort of nonsense today. Fortunately, Robertson's views are far from mainstream and both widely and rightly criticised.
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Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her back. Suffragists tirelessly publicized their cause in more conventional print forms, churning out banners, flyers, posters, articles, and newspapers © Underwood & Underwood/Underwood & Underwood/Corbis.
War on women: Propaganda postcards from suffragette era show fierce battle fought by American women to get the vote... and Obama can thank them for his job
A sobering collection of anti-feminist propaganda has captured the war waged on women as they struggled to get the vote during the late 19th and early 20th centuries