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Leading the Way: How New Zealand Women Won the Vote


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Leading the Way: How New Zealand Women Won the Vote by Megan Hutching
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A comprehensive history of the struggle for women's suffrage in New Zealand, including short biographies of the main people involved. New Zealand was the first country in the world to give women the vote, in 1893, an achievement of which we are justly proud. Respected historian Megan Hutching records and explains this momentous event, including profiles of the women who brought about the government's change of heart. This important book will add to our history as a socially progressive country, and will find a wide readership among people interested in social history.

Author Biography

Megan's most recent book was Over the Wide and Trackless Sea, a history of women pioneers in New Zealand. She has also produced six books of oral histories of the Second World War, as part of the 'New Zealanders Remember' series. She has an abiding interest in writing about the extraordinary lives of New Zealand women.
Release date Australia
March 5th, 2010
Country of Publication
New Zealand
HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
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