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Thus began the suffrage movement in the years after 1870. Education was seen by feminists as the key to unlock the closed doors of the masculine world of politics. The pauper children went to workhouse schools, and the young factory workers attended factory schools. The girls of a higher class went to state schools, which taught them the basic reading, writing and mathematical skills. The system emphasized subjects like cookery, needlework, housewifery at the expense of other subjects.
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Ms. Blackwell pushed open the doors for women to be professionals. She became the first woman doctor to earn her MD in 1849 (Archer 47). Francis Wright was a Scottish-American reformer who advocated equal education for women. She once stated, “Unless women assume the place in society which good sense and good feeling alike assign to them, human improvement must advance feebly.” Her words gave influence to women to earn their first college education. Other than Ms. Anthony there are three very notable women: Mrs. Elizabeth Cody Stanton, Mrs. Sojourner Truth, and Mrs. John Adams.
Becker was also involved in other feminist campaigns. In 1868 she became treasurer of the Married Women's Property Act and also joined Josephine Butler in her campaign against the Contagious Diseases Acts. The Campaigner ============== Lydia now had a goal in life, in a more restrained way than the radical suffragettes who came to the notice of the public in the early 20th Century. In 1867 the name of Lily Maxwell appeared by accident on the electoral roll in Manchester. Lily was a widow who ran her own small business paying rates, and was just what Lydia was looking for a test case.
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