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On 19 September 1893, all women of New Zealand earned the right to vote in parliamentary elections. This equality of suffrage was a world-first, but it did not come easily. Facing entrenched views of male domination, media backlash and counter-petitions, it took years of hard work and struggle by the Women's Christian Temperance Movement and p...
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