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In 1907 suffragette Annie Kenney brought the militants' fight for women's right to vote to Bristol. For the next few years the city rang with the cry "Votes for Women!" From colourful demonstrations on the Downs and stone-throwing in the Centre, to riot on Queen's Road and arson in the suburbs, Lucienne Boyce tells the fascinating story of Bristol's suffragette years. The book includes a short walk in the Bristol of the suffragettes.