New Zealand’s most famous suffragette Kate Sheppard March 1847 – 13 July Photographed in
London Corresponding Society - Wikipedia The London Corresponding Society was a Radical organization based in London, with a membership consisting primarily of artisans, tradesmen, and shopkeepers. At its peak, the society boasted roughly 3,000 dues-paying members who shared the goal of reforming the British political system. Formed in 1792 by Thomas Hardy, the society's key mission was to ensure universal suffrage for British men and annual parliaments.
Reform Movements "At Last", cover on 'The Suffragist', Saturday, June In September 1918 President Wilson endorsed the amendment granting women the right to vote. It took nine months from Wilson's endorsement until Congress passed the amendment in June
What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Universal Suffrage
Edmund Barton quotes - A State which has universal suffrage and a wide extension of the jury franchise, must qualify the people by education to rightly exercise the great powers with which they are invested.