1. Write a brief summary of the women's suffrage movement in Ireland 1900-1922.
  2. Examine the attitudes of the following to votes for women: Herbert Asquith; Edward Carson; John Redmond; James Connolly.
  3. Discuss the impact of the following on the outcome of the campaign for women's suffrage: World War I; the Easter Rising; Sinn Féin.

  4. Evaluate the report from the Irish Citizen, 9 May 1914 as historical evidence for the tensions between women's groups at the time.


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