One hundred years of struggle the history of women and the vote in canada womens suffrage and the struggle for democracy joan sangster on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the achievement of the vote in 1918 is often celebrated as a triumphant moment in the onward upward advancement of canadian women. Joan sangsters one hundred years of struggle jolts us back into womens often grim historical reality reminding us that the political rights that we often take for granted today were keenly opposed in years past susan whitney associate professor of history carleton university literary review of canada. One hundred years of struggle the history of women and the vote in canada by joan sangster is a well written lively and thoughtful account of womens campaign for political equality. One hundred years of struggle the history of women and the vote in canada joan sangster the first book in the womens suffrage and the struggle for democracy series provides a nuanced view of womens fight for the vote at a federal level. This year marks the centenary of canadian women though not all receiving the right to vote in federal elections but this is not the 100 years referenced in one hundred years of struggle
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