National Society for Women's Suffrage

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The National Society for Women's Suffrage was the first national group in the United Kingdom to campaign for women's right to vote. Formed on 6 November 1867, by Lydia Becker, the organisation helped lay the foundations of the women's suffrage movement, furthered later by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies and the Women's Social and Political Union.

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