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    Woman's Suffrage: Two WSPU Census Resistance Tickets. The census resistance was a highly symbolic tool used by the Women's Social and Political Union to draw attention to their cause by disrupting the machinery of the state. All night events were planned to keep the women out of the home during the time the enumerators were counting residents, thereby sabotaging numbers that effected taxation, etc. These tickets were for entertainment at the Scala Theatre, followed by skating, April 3, 1911, London. Both measure 4.5" x 3" and are in excellent condition.

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