Jaquelin Hernandez Julian Dodson Feb 28, 2019 RRQ: “Radical Victorian Reformers,” Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant Instructions: Answer the following questions related the weekly reading as fully as you can. Please keep direct quotes to a minimum in your responses. I’d like to see your responses in your own words, as the practice demonstrates a deeper understanding of the material. When you do use direct quotes or paraphrase the work of the author, provide the relevant page number(s) in the text. According to Bradlaugh, Besant, Mill, and Eliza Lynn Linton, should women enter into the public arena and have equal political rights and duties? They believed that women should enter the public arena and also they believed that they should have equal right and duties. Besant and Bradlaugh where the ones who talked about how women were suffering and how they should have equal rights no matter what. Eventually Besant got a job and worked for the government and was part of Parliament which was a goal that Bradlaugh had in mind for the longest time and never achieved. He had a hard time getting. Did Bradlaugh reject Victorian society and ideology completely? Did Besant?