The For Women 's Suffrage Movement Essay
Source A was written by the NUWSS (National Union of Women 's Suffrage Societies). The NUWSS was a none militant organisation, and not as extreme as their militant counterparts. This would indicate that the substance of the source is well informed and not driven so much by emotion but rather more by factual information, such as the statistic of 1 million women in the men 's workplaces. This in all would suggest that the source has more value and better explanation.
However, although the letter was formal and well informed. It is still unquestionably biased as it was written by a pro suffrage group. And does not take into account the opinions of their opponents. In turn this could make the statistics she presents questionable.
In contrast Source B was written by Emmeline Pankhurst. As she was head of the militant suffragette group (The WSPU) and the source is taken from an autobiography the relevance of the substance is questionable, and she doesn 't provide much evidence to what she claims…