Protest & Civil Rights


Suffragette: A reply to its critics

Why have some women historians been so critical about a recent considerable feminist achievement? It is a question that has preoccupied me over the last few weeks as I have read some very negative comments
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England, Arise by Juliet Barker: the reviews

From the author of Agincourt comes a new interpretation of the Peasant's Revolt. Two University of Sheffield second-year history undergraduates put it to the test: Frankie Baldwin, 2nd year history student Juliet Barker’s England Arise begins at the
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La Magna Carta

A few days ago, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced that a future Conservative government would revoke legislation that embeds the European Convention on Human Rights into British law. Since then, leading members of the current
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