Abbie Kreiter10/12/17HIS 105 RRQ Slaughter and Bokovoy
1.According to Bradlaugh, Besant, Mill, and Eliza Lynn Linton, should women enterinto the public arena and have equal political rights and duties?
Yes, according to them women should enter into the public arena and have equal political rights and duties. They believe that it’s fundamental for women to achieve this goal.
2. Did Bradlaugh reject Victorian society and ideology completely? Did Besant?
Bradlaugh and Besant both rejected Victorian society and ideology almost completely. They both fought for free speech, the rights of workers, and those with different religiousviews. They had a lot of different and conflicting views at that time. There was a lot of controversy with the views being presented. 3.What were the consequences for Bradlaugh and Besant when they challenged Victorian values and attitudes? How do these challenges affect our understanding of Victorian society?When Bradlaugh and Besant published a book on birth control, they were accused of corrupting the youth. They believed that the youth were being corrupted by
indecent and obscene activities. These were seen as impure and that they were sins