Seeing Through Spectacles

@article{Kelly2004SeeingTS,
  title={Seeing Through Spectacles},
  author={Katherine E. Kelly},
  journal={European Journal of Women's Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={327 - 353}
}
Between 1906 and 1914, the Woman Suffrage Movement in London produced aseries of public spectacles designed to bring the suffrage cause to the attention of politicians and citizens. During this same period, daily newspapers designed for mass reading surpassed in sales the older, class-based newspapers. A survey of stories and photographs published in the mass pressreveals how the press and the movement collaborated in bringing to readersa new sense of urban life as restless, dynamic and forward… 
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