Standard Name: Hubback, Eva
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The principal there, Eva Hubback , had been a friend of hers at Newnham, Cambridge, and a leading suffragist. When she died suddenly on 15 July 1949, AR took the position of acting head for...
Under Rathbone's leadership, the NUSEC worked toward equalizing the franchise, and securing widows' pensions, equal guardianship of children, and divorce law reforms. Their cross-party activism involved mainly Parliament: lobbying, drafting of legislation, and other efforts...
The content and the reception of ER 's family allowance initiatives rose and fell with other contemporary social concerns. She met with sustained opposition from the Trade Union Group in parliament—to its undying shame...
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6 February 1920
The Woman's Leader (new incarnation of The Common Cause) began publication in London. Under its new title it became the most substantial feminist periodical of the 1920s.
After the Representation of the People Act made women electorally equal, Eva Hubback and Margery Corbett Ashby founded the National Union of Guilds for Citizenship (later the National Union of Townswomen's Guilds).
The Woman's Leader (formerly The Common Cause) ended publication; once again it was revived in a new form, the following month, as The Townswoman.