Spain: women allowed to vote

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Clara Campoamor, Spanish deputy and one of the most prominent activists for women suffrage in Spain.

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1st of October 1931, women’s suffrage and Clara Campoamor. Versión General.

Women and Politics in Spain, by Agnès Pardell.

Votes for women: Spain 1931.

Female suffrage: Spain marks 85 years since women first voted in elections today. Euro Weekly News.

The day that women took over Spanish Congress. El País.

Women's Rights in Spain
Feminist Fightback: The Women Taking on Spain's Far Right
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Published in 21/08/2019

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