Woman Suffrage in Australia: A Gift or a Struggle?

  title={Woman Suffrage in Australia: A Gift or a Struggle?},
  author={Audrey Oldfield},
1. Introduction 2. South Australia 3. Western Australia 4. The Federal Movement 5. New South Wales 6. Tasmania 7. Queensland 8. Victoria 9. The politicians and the women 10. The arguments and the issues 11. 'The knife without the blade': the gift theory and the legacy 12. The Australian suffragists, and suffragettes overseas Bibliography. 
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