An original and comprehensive history of women’s diverse struggles leading up to and following the fight for suffrage in Quebec told with skill and clarity. - Bettina Bradbury, author of Wife to Widow: Lives, Laws, and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Montreal
Denyse Baillargeon invites us to do far more than rediscover the triumphant campaigns for women’s right to vote in Quebec: she offers readers a nuanced understanding of what drove many to fight for this right, and others to resist it. Just when you think you know it all, you find out there’s more to learn! - Josée Boileau, author, journalist, and political commentator
Baillargeon’s brilliant synthesis of the suffrage movement in Quebec is an essential introduction to one of the most influential social movements in Canadian history.- Dominique Clément, author of Equality Deferred: Sex Discrimination and British Columbia’s Human Rights State, 1953–84
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