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This book tells the history of changes, from 1836 to the present, that have helped women in South Australia move from subordination towards equality. The achievement of women's suffrage in 1894, after an intensive struggle, was central to their emancipation. In Her Own Name is a political and legal history interwoven with personalities, issues and events. It gives a comprehensive view and perceptive analysis of women's changing status and role in a pioneering Australian state.

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