From Suffrage to Representation

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How did women achieve representation of collective interests upon their entry to the electorate? Extant research highlights the importance of suffragists in securing the vote, but overwhelmingly neglects the continued legacy of suffragists for the quality of women’s substantive representation after the vote. Mona Morgan-Collins discusses how suffragists facilitated women’s mobilization and responsiveness to women’s group interests in Norway, Sweden, United States and Britain.

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