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NAME__________RRQ: Slaughter and Bokovoy, Sharing the Stage: Biography and Gender in Western Civilization, Chapter 61.According to Bradlaugh, Besant, Mill, and Eliza Lynn Linton, should women enter into the public arena and have equal political rights and duties?Yes, all of them believed that woman should have equal political rights. 2.Did Bradlaugh reject Victorian society and ideology completely? Did Besant?Yes, both Bradlaugh and Besant supported the idea of women coming out of the home, and overall becoming more involved in life, including aspects designated for men, such as, participating in public debates.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?The consequences for Bradlaugh and Besant, were being put up for trial for corrupting the morals of the young people, subjects to the queens, and for publishing the awful book.At first, they were found guilty, however, they appealed it and were now found not guilty.Besant then lost the custody of her children and could not see them until they were of age. Bradlaugh also lost his seat in Parliament and it took great efforts and time before he