1. An Anti-suffrage woman journalist writes a report on one of the following: Herbert Asquith; John Redmond; Edward Carson.
  2. John Redmond writes a confidential memo to a member of his party outlining his problem with women's suffrage in 1912.
  3. Conduct a mock interview with one of the following: Agnes O'Farrelly (President of Cumann na mBan); Hanna Sheehy Skeffington; Anna Haslam; Constance Markievicz; James Connolly; H.H. Asquith; Lloyd George; John Redmond.
  4. Design a news sheet for any event in this section, using headlines, reports, photographs, cartoons, advertisements, letters to the paper which approve and disapprove, etc.
  5. Brainstorm methods for commemorating women in your own area.
  6. Refer to Studies of source material, Biography, Reports and Tribunal role play in Documents at the end of this section.
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